Microsoft has reportedly delayed the launch of its Lumia 650 smartphone until mid-February. Earlier, the smartphone was expected to be announced on February 1. According to Windows Central, some last minute software/firmware issues has forced the delay. Also Read - Best laptops to buy under Rs 45,000 in October 2021: Dell Inspiron 3515, Acer Aspire 5, moreAlso Read - Microsoft releases fix for AMD CPU performance issue with new Windows 11 update
Earlier rumors had claimed that Microsoft will be introducing the smartphone through an announcement on its blog rather holding a major event. With the launch day pushed, Microsoft may announce more details such as pricing and availability of the smartphone. It s highly likely that Microsoft will not have significant presence at the MWC 2016, which starts on February 22. Also Read - Android apps now available on Windows 11, but only for beta testers
So far, details about the Lumia 650 are scarce, but recent leaks have suggested it will come with a 5-inch 720p display. The smartphone is expected to run Windows 10 Mobile and powered by a Snapdragon 210 or 212 processor paired with 1GB of RAM.Other expected features of the smartphone include 8GB of built-in storage (microSD support), an 8-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and 5-megapixel front camera.