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Microsoft’s Lumia 750 Windows Phone Shown Off In New Video Despite Being Canceled

Apr 17, 2017 08:51 AM EDT

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Microsoft's phone division is something of the past times, yet numerous Windows Smartphone lovers still possess few of the phones the Redmond-based firm released to the market between 2015 and 2016. The Lumia 950, 650 and 550 were launched, but the Lumia 850 and 750 were terminated before making it to the retail market.

Be that as it may, since Microsoft chose to sell its Mobile enterprise to HMD Worldwide, Microsoft needed to cut a portion of the smartphones it wanted to launch. Both mid-range handsets were near being launched, yet for reasons unknown, Microsoft concluded that it is not worth the inconvenience. Two Lumia phones that were released past to their official declaration had been called off: Lumia 850 and Lumia 750.

According to Phone Arena, there was a hands-on video demonstrating the Lumia 750 leaks from China, so Windows smartphone lovers can now observe what they have been losing. In spite of the fact that fans knew pretty much about the phones' specs, they never had the joy of seeing them in real life.

The Lumia 650 is the last Lumia that Microsoft intends to make, which means if Microsoft plans to launch another smartphone, later on, it will be under another brand. So in no way, shape or form was the Lumia "Guilin" going to shake up the mobile business. Both the Lumia 850 and 750 handsets were terminated alongside any arrangements to launch new Lumia gadgets down the line reported Windows Central.

With only 1GB Slam and 8GB of expandable storage memory, and in addition a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210/212 internal processor, the cost must be cheaper to attract buyers attention. Whatever is left of the phone's specs incorporate to a 2,020 mAh battery, alongside 5-megapixel cameras on the back and front sides and a 5-inch HD (720p) show. It looks precisely like the normal Windows smartphone released by Microsoft since it bought Nokia's mobile division.

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