According to earlier rumors, the entry-level Geforce GTX 1650 should be based on 12nm TU117 GPU and pack 4GB of GDDR5 memory on a 128-bit memory interface. While a precise CUDA core count is still unknown, the Geforce GTX 1650 could be positioned to go against AMD's Radeon RX 570.
Hopefully, the GTX 1650 will be a sub-75W graphics card and will not need extra power as it would make it perfect for HTPCs, especially if Nvidia AIC partners come up with a low-profile design.
The price is still not carved in stone but with rumored Geforce GTX 1650 Ti launching later, the GTX 1650 could put some pressure in the entry-level market with a price of somewhere below $150. This will leave room for the GTX 1650 Ti to fit between the GTX 1650 and the $219-priced GTX 1660.
As noted, the Geforce GTX 1650 may well launch on April 22nd, according to Videocardz.com, while the GTX 1650 Ti launch date is still unknown.