Microsoft is pretty much working on increasing its next generation Lumia smartphones, just after shifting strategy lately making Nokia acquisition. Still it looks like the company will not change or cancel any phones that were already in development when the aquisition changed. Expected to release one of two phones anually in three different categories – flagships – business and of course value edition. But this won’t happen until next year afterall.
Further, Microsoft is planning to introduce the two new rumored Lumia 940 and Lumia 940 XL flagships with QHD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 810 chips and 20MP PureView camera on board. Now that it also seems that Microsoft is having another three in development which are said to be more affordable handsets, though.
Leaked document however sheds some light on their mid-tier backup – Lumia 550, Lumia 750 and the Microsoft Lumia 850. Specifications of the three new and upcoming smartphones can be checked right below.
The Lumia 550 will feature a 5-inch Quad-HD screen and packs a Snapdragon 210 SoC (quad-core 1GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, Adreno 304 GPU, 1GB RAM). With a 5MP AF primary camera, the Lumia 550 also houses a 2MP selfie cam, 8GB of internal storage and backed by a 1905mAh battery.
Wheraes the Lumia 750 shows up a 5-inch display with a HD (720p) screen, bumps to Snapdragon 410 chip with quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 processor, Andreno 306 GPU, 1 gig of RAM. Camera on its back it got an 8MP ZEISS optics unit, plus adds a 5MP selfie-centric cam and will offer an 8GB of internal strage packing a 2650mAh battery.
Finally, the Lumia 850 sports a 5-inch 768p display, Snapdragon 410 with 1.4GHz quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB ROM, 10MP ZEISS camera, 5-Megapixel front-facing shooter and the battery package it carries of 2650mAh unit.
Note: All the three Lumia phones are Gorilla Glass 3 protected, but lacks 4G LTE support and dual-band WiFi, run on Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft may focus on Windows tablets and PCs and has an IFA event coming up on September 4. Rumor has it Microsoft will be launching the Windows 10 Mobile updates starting October, which means the Windows 10 flagships should be releasing sooner than speculated.