OGLE-2012-BLG-0950Lb is estimated to have ~35 times the mass of Earth and it orbits around a host star with ~0.56 times the mass of the Sun. The planet's projected distance from its host star is ~2.7 AU and the planetary system is estimated to be located ~10,000 light years away. OGLE-2012-BLG-0950Lb orbits outside the snow line of its host star and its mass is between that of Neptune and Saturn. Such intermediate-mass planets beyond the snowline are predicted to be common in the core accretion model of planet formation.
Koshimoto et al. (2016), "OGLE-2012-BLG-0950Lb: The Possible First Planet Mass Measurement from Only Microlens Parallax and Lens Flux", arXiv:1607.03267 [astro-ph.EP]