Microsoft is a company which has experienced success in any market they step in to, whether it is the software market, gadgets, or gaming world. Microsoft has been ever so successful in all ventures it set sail on.
After coming together with Nokia, Microsoft has suffered huge amounts of losses in the smartphone market, and they were forced to get rid of over 7000 employees.
Microsoft has tried to salvage their situation by launching brand new devices and most noticeably Windows 10 OS which has been a rage so far.
Here we have a look at some of the smartphones Microsoft released in 2015.
With the Lumia 640 XL and Lumia 550, Microsoft has made sure they tap every single available market, no matter how small Microsoft has looked to cover it with these two devices.
Microsoft Lumia 550 and Microsoft Lumia 640 XL came in the market bearing a price tag of mere $130 and $ 265 respectively. Microsoft Lumia 550 comes with a 4.7 inched screen while Microsoft Lumia 640 XL features a 5.7 inches of screen.
Both devices sports 1 GB of RAM and in the storage department both phones comes with 8 GB as built in and expandable up to 200 GB through a microSD card.
Microsoft Lumia 640 XL sports a 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera and the device runs on the Snapdragon 400 SoC processor. Microsoft Lumia 550 sports a 5 MP rear camera and 2 MP front camera and the device runs on the Snapdragon 210 SoC processor.
Microsoft Lumia 950 came out featuring a 5.2 inched screen while Microsoft Lumia 950 XL came out featuring a 5.7 inched screen. Microsoft Lumia 950 & Microsoft Lumia 950 XL both feature a 3 Gb for RAM and come with 32 GB of inbuilt storage which can be expandable up to 200 GB through a microSD card. Both devices features similar camera which is 20 MP at the rear and 5 MP at the front for selfies, and both sport a triple LED flash light and a camera dedicated button.
Microsoft Lumia 950 runs on a Snapdragon 808 and will cost you $ 549 and Microsoft Lumia 950 XL runs on a Snapdragon 810 SoC and will cost you $ 649.
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