Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL launched
Microsoft announced Two new Lumia Flagships, Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL that can compete with any latest Flagship devices because it has Killer specs on the chart and many amazing features including Continuum and Windows Hello. There are two Smartphones that are announced by Microsoft. Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL are the smaller and larger version respectively. Lumia 950 XL has killer specs that can compete with any other smartphone flagship right now.
Microsoft Lumia 950:
It is a Flagship device of Microsoft and 950XL is the plus version, just like we have seen from Apple (iPhone 6s plus) and Samsung (Galaxy S6 Edge plus). Lumia 950 has an Hexa Core 1.8 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 Chip supported by 3GB of RAM. 5.2″ Quad HD AMOLED screen with Nokia’s (Now Microsoft’s) Clear Black Display technology and 564ppi. That’s Killer. Battery. It will have a large 3000 mAh battery and the best in class camera.
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The camera is 20 MP Sensor with 4K video recording with Triple Flash. The front camera is 5 MP Full HD.
The phone has built-in Wireless charging and Qualcomm fast charging technology which can charge your phone 50% in 30 Minutes. Now all these are just key specs. Take a look at Full Secs Here:
Microsoft Lumia 950XL:
Lumia 950 has amazing specs, but Lumia 950XL is a beast that can easily fight with every Flagship smartphone on the planet. It is no doubt one of the best smartphones ever built. Camera:
Lumia 950XL has the same camera as that of Lumia 950. It has same 20 MP sensor with triple Flash and 5 Mp front camera. 4K video recording is enabled chip Set.
Lumia 950XL is powered by Qualcomm’s latest, the Snapdragon 810 Processor. Clocked at 2.0 GHz, which is an Octa-core processor.Display:
Lumia 950XL has 5.7″ WQHD Display with 518ppi and Clear Black Technology.
As both smartphones support Qi wireless charging and Fast charging by Qualcomm. As both have Qualcomm’s processors. It has 3340 mAh battery.Both has Windows 10 Mobile OS. Take a look at Full Specifications Here: