Microsoft has recently come out with two of their biggest phone launches in October. The company is gearing up to release bigger and better devices, and this is just the start.
The Lumia 950 releases in the market with a screen of 5.2 – inches for the display. The Microsoft’s device packs a 3GB RAM.
Further on, in the storage department, the Lumia 950 comes with 32GB as inbuilt storage which with the help of a microSD memory card can be expanded up to 200GB.
This smartphone by Microsoft sports an impressive rear camera of 20MP along with a triple LED flashlight located near it and the device sports a 5MP camera at the front for video calling and selfie purposes.
A trademark camera dedicated button is also situated on the side of the smartphone.
In the connectivity sector, Lumia 950 supports 4G LTE connection and also sports a USB Type – C port.
The smartphone runs on a strong Snapdragon 808 SoC processor and supports a long lasting battery of 3000 mAh.The Lumia 950 is valued at $549 in the markets.
Coming out with Lumia 950, the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL has a lot of similar features when it is compared with Lumia 950 but the smartphone possess some features which makes Lumia 950 XL the upgraded smartphone by Microsoft.
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL releases in the market with a larger screen of 5.7 – inches for display. The phone also features 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, much like the 950 itself. The phone comes with features very similar to that of the Lumia 950 but with only a few differences.
More similarities in the connectivity department the Lumia 950 XL also like Lumia 950, supports 4G LTE connectivity and also packs a USB Type – C port.
This smartphone runs on a stronger Lumia 810 Soc processor in comparison to Lumia 950. In order to support the bigger screen, the Lumia 950 XL consists of a longer lasting battery of 3340 mAh.Lumia 950 XL will cost you $649.
The phones both feature continuum and liquid cooling technologies, which have been an integral element of the new series of devices, and both the phones run on the Windows 10 Mobile OS.
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