Microsoft Lumia 650 will make its debut in two major markets in the coming weeks – China and India. The device will be available in China from March 23 at 1699 Yuan (approx. US $262), leveraged by 4G LTE on carrier China Unicorn. The news was recently confirmed by the Redmond-based tech giant through its Chinese official store.
The Lumia 650 is already available for pre-orders in Canada and the US from the company’s own stores. However, the prices are much cheaper at $199 in Canada and $199 in the US, compared to the selling price in China. Log into ITHome.com to order the device in China.
Before buying the phone, you should know that the device is ideal for personal and professional use. It has a 5-inch AMOLED HD screen with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Powered by quad core 1.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor, the phone supports 1GB of RAM and 16GB native storage space expandable to 200GB via a microSD card.
The rear camera is 8MP with LED flash, autofocus technology and 720pvideo recording at 30fps. The front-facing camera is 5MP marked with continuous autofocus technology and 720p videos at 30fps. It is powered by a removable 2000mAH battery. Other connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.1, 4G LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with support for Wi Fi calling, reports MS Power User.
Those interested to buy the Lumia 650 will be happy to know that that device can be bought with a massive 128GB SanDisk Ultra Class 10 microSDXC card for free, according to Neowin. However, it should be noted that according to the special deal, the Lumia 650 includes UK specs, but all consumers across the globe are eligible to enjoy the offer. Once the contest is closed, the winner will be selected at random. However, participants will have to be present on Facebook and Twitter to be part of the competition.
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