Microsoft Lumia 650 now available in Australia for AU$299


Microsoft has today launched the Lumia 650 in Australia. The handset is retailing for AU$299 from the Microsoft Flagship Store Sydney, the Microsoft Store online or at JB Hi-Fi, Big W and Australia Post stores nationwide.

Calling the handset “sleek and productive” Microsoft said it offers “sophisticated design at an affordable price” and was perfect for both business and personal use.

“One of the guiding principles of the devices vision is that it’s not just about the device itself, but what you’re able to get done with it,” Samuli Hänninen, General Manager, Windows Devices Group said. “We’re extremely proud of the Lumia 650 and believe it will quickly be seen as the device that provides the perfect balance between work and personal needs.”

Tech specs summary:

DeviceLumia 650
Operating systemWindows 10
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 212 ,1.3 GHz Quad core
Display5-inch OLED display at 1,280×720 resolution Display Size5-inchDisplay Technology AMOLED  ClearBlack display,16M Colors, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection
Battery2,000 mAh
Talk time and standby timeStandby up to 26 daysTalk Time up to 16 h (4G)
Camera8-megapixel rear camera and 5MP front facing with LED flash
SIMNano Sim
Memory16 GB, 1 GB RAM
SD Card Presence/CapacitymicroSD ,up to 200 GB

The handset will also be available with Optus from 6 June.

Read our full Lumia 650 review here and you can order in USA here , Canada here and Australia here.

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