• Fri. Apr 16th, 2021

Will this be Microsoft’s first entry-level Windows 10 handset?


Ever since, Microsoft wrote off their mobile division, there has been lots of speculation surrounding the future of mobile phones that would come from Microsoft. First they proposed a leaner phone portfolio, then they also hinted at focusing only on high-end models, leaving mid and low-end for Chinese manufacturers.

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Whatever their plans, we’ll get to know in time. Meanwhile, WMPoweruser has leaked what might be the next low-end Windows 10 handset. The phone all design cues from previous Microsoft’s offerings, and is said to be priced at $120. Below are other key specifications of this device:

Microsoft-Lumia-550-leak

  • 4.7-inch AMOLED display with 720×1080 pixels.
  • 8GB of internal storage.
  • 1.2 Ghz Quad-core Snapdragon 210.
  • 4G LTE.
  • 5MP back camera with LED flash.
  • 2MP selfie camera.
  • Micro SD card slot (up to 128 GB)

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8 thoughts on “Will this be Microsoft’s first entry-level Windows 10 handset?”
  1. i don’t understand why Microsoft’s shooting themselves in the foot with their pricing, especially in the budget tier. if they made changes to their code so that OEMs can use Android hardware, their prices should be more in line with Android prices

  2. yes, it’s the 8 GB ROM that irks me plus I’m not saying it’s the worst bargain, I’m just wondering how Microsoft can hope to gain market share if their devices are (comparatively) overpriced

  3. Gbam!!! Case solved. I hope you are not angry about the 8GB internal memory anymore.

    I believe though that users of these kinda devices dont usually run out of memory on their devices…but to be safe, SD slot has been included 🙂

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