Leaked Hands-On Images of Microsoft Lumia 850 Reveals the presence of Iris Scanner

    Microsoft Lumia 850 has been rather elusive as of now with not much conclusive information regarding the upcoming Windows 10 powered upper mid-range smartphone. Now a set of hands on images of the alleged Lumia 850 have appeared online which gives a better glimpse into what Microsoft has in store.

    Leaked Hands-On Images of Microsoft Lumia 850 Reveals Iris Scanner

    Last year the Microsoft Lumia 850 made an appearance in the form of the factory schematics. This was however the first and the last time the device was seen; obviously until these hands on images arose. Apart from confirming the design language of the smartphone, the report includes some valuable information regarding the internals of the Lumia 850.

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    Unlike previous reports of 5.5 or 5.7 inch display, the Microsoft Lumia 850 is tipped to feature a 5.4 inch panel. The resolution however remains the same at Full HD (1920x1080p). Apart from these the Lumia 850 is seen sporting an Iris Scanner on the top right corner of the smartphone. There's a golden coloured metallic frame wrapping all around the device.

    The leaked image of the rear portion of the Lumia 850 reveals slots for two SIM cards and MicroSD. Apparently it seems that the mid-range Windows device from Microsoft will come with a fairly large battery.

    It's worth noting that the hands on images of the smartphone directly corresponds to the renders which had leaked earlier. Just like in the render the Lumia 850 is seen sporting the 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom of the display, whereas the microUSB port lies up top.

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    Rest of the previously leaked specifications include the presence of Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 SoC and dimensions of 155.9x77.23x6.92/8.50mm.


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