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Microsoft Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL: Future Of Windows Mobile –


Microsoft has enjoyed dominance in the Operating System market and the software market since the beginning of the time of information technology. And recently Microsoft has made it clear that their new target is the hard ware market or the mobile phone market by acquiring the mobile company Nokia.

Microsoft continued with the ongoing franchise of Nokia and kept making and introducing new Lumia models. Let’s just say the amount of success that Microsoft is used to in the Software and the Operating System industry, they have done an average job in the hard ware markets.

But in the more recent times Microsoft released their latest update on their arguably the most successful product that is the Windows Phone. Microsoft Lumia 950

After the success of the Windows 10 Operating System, Microsoft did not hold back and went on and announced the latest and the best devices in the family of Lumia phones. The brand new flagship phones the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL are anything but average.

After the release of both the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL on 20th of November Microsoft is hoping for the same kind of success which it got with the Windows 10.

The Microsoft Lumia 950 comes out with a screen of 5.2 inches. The device features 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB for internal storage which can be expanded up to 200 GB. The rear camera is of 20 MP and the front camera is of 5 MP, along with triple LED flash light and a dedicated camera button. The Microsoft Lumia 950 features a USB C connectivity and supports 4G LTE networks. It runs with a Snapdragon 808. The Microsoft Lumia 950 is priced at $549.

The Lumia 950 XL comes out with a 5.7 inched screen. This device also features 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB for internal storage which can be expanded up to 200 GB. The camera is 20 MP in the rear and 5 MP in the front with triple LED flash light and a dedicated camera button. Just as The Lumia 950, The Lumia 950 XL also features a USB C connectivity with 4G LTE supporting. In order to support its bigger screen, the Lumia 950 XL comes out with a larger battery at 3340 mAh. It runs on a stronger, Lumia 810 SoC and it is priced at $649.

What are your thoughts about the latest models of Lumia phone? Let us know by commenting below.

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  1. I am a Lumia 102 owner. Love it and Windows Denim. Wen to the ATT store picked up the 950XL. Felt like a cheap piece of crap. Promptly waked out. I will be keeping the 1020 until they come up with something that can top it.

    • Exactly what are you basing your durability rating on? Because polycarbonate is by far the most durable material to back a phone with. It’s light but it can be dropped without shattering or denting unlike the metal and glass body phones. I’m guessing that you’re basing your durability rating on weight. That’s about as useful as basing an image quality rating on how it sounds. Also, you’re either lying or just not too bright because AT&T doesn’t carry the Lumia 950 XL. They only carry the Lumia 950 at this time. But hey, why not just misinform people completely. It’s a good time for you, right?

      • Wow! Where do I start with a fanboy who calls a man a liar so easily. I will bet money, you have NEVER in your life called a 6’2 250 lbs man, a liar to his face! Now to address your little issue. Mistype on my part. It was a 950. None the less the current line up is junk. Tactile impressions are very important on a $600 device. I have been waiting for these crappy phones for a year. They went totally budget on build quality. They are a huge let down compared to the Lumia 1020. Saving my bucks for the next line of real phones instead of these crappy little POS. Ps. You are a complete asshole Nate!

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