GTX 1650 4GB GDDR6 have appeared on Amazon quite many times over the past few months. I've even managed to snap an Asus TUF Gaming OC model at around about 220 USD before taxes. There are cheaper models with no extra 6 pin power connector going for close to 200 bucks.We have to see. The cheapest 1650 on Newegg is $324 on Newegg right now but it performs a good bit below an RX 570.
So in the end what matters is a) street price vs performance and b) what you want to use the card for. We‘ll see very shortly.
I expect the RX 6500 XT to run faster than the GTX 1650 GDDR6, but that is assuming the issue that the PCI-E bottleneck don't happen. I feel AMD engineers mistaken the Infinity Cache to be either really infinite or if they mistook the 16 MB as 16 GB that they decided to gimp the PCI-E to x4. To me, the problem is not that much the x4, but the fact is that you need at least a PCI-E 4.0 x4 for this card to somewhat perform alright. And yet, this is meant to be a budget card, which means most users are going to be using like a PCI-E 3.0 system. It is funny that AMD seems to be on top of backward compatibility for their CPUs, but yet have little consideration about backward compatibility on GPUs with this sorts of cutback. Sure, it will run alright, but with a significant performance hit.