Where Google and Apple have battled fiercely for supremacy in the mobile space, Microsoft has long been on the periphery. Redmond's Lumia range has focused its attention almost squarely onto the mid-range crowd, which has in turn forced those seeking a powerful experience to look elsewhere.
Although the leaked snaps of the purported Lumia 850 likely offer a glimpse of what might have been, there's always a chance that Microsoft will release it to market. Shared by nokibar, the device is said to host a sizable 5.4-inch display, along with an iris scanner. As can be seen from the images, there's a micro USB slot, meaning no Continuum support, along with space for two SIM cards and microSD expansion.
The black device appears to be comprised of glass or the trademark glossy Lumia polycarbonate, with a rose gold-looking metallic trim around the edge.
Take a look, and let us know if you'd be interested in a device like this via the comments.
Posts: 415; Member since: Mar 31, 2015
Nexus 5x, is that you?
posted on Feb 02, 2016, 6:01 AM 1
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Nexus 5X looks like a fusion between Lumia 925 and 640! And both of these are older than 5X! Why speak without knowing anything?
posted on Feb 02, 2016, 6:15 AM 9
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Idiot, is that you? yeah, its you
posted on Feb 02, 2016, 8:19 AM 2
Knowing microsoft, it will use a snapdragon 410 or 615, which will spoil the rest of amazing hardware.
posted on Feb 02, 2016, 6:10 AM 11
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Looks nice, just like the iPhone 4 really...
posted on Feb 02, 2016, 7:11 AM 0
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I use a Nokia lumia 928 this smart phone is little nicer looking than mine however if it does not have "Continuum" mode it's an ARMS CPU smart phone depending upon Developers making MS Universal apps that will work on it. since Windows smart phones are a Minority seller there is worry developers will make apps ARM's CPU Windows smart phones can use. hopefully Microsoft will get developers to make Universal apps so Windows smartphones can use them.
posted on Feb 02, 2016, 11:11 AM 0
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