Couple of weeks back, the Redmond giant Microsoft has launched its latest flagship smartphone Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL in the market. Now, the company is expected to sell the smartphone in US starting from November 20.
As per the reports from Windows Central, the AT&T network is the only network that will sell Lumia 950 in US, while the Verge ties up with Microsoft to sell the unlocked version of Lumia 950XL in its own retail stores.
The Lumia smartphones come with Microsoft's Windows Hello technology feature even though it's in Beta version. This feature will help the user to unlock the device, by recognizing the face when picked up.
To make it further better, the company has employed liquid cooling technology inside, to keep the device's processors and chips at a low temperature.
Microsoft Lumia 950 - Key Specifications
Microsoft Lumia 950, sports a 5.2-inch QHD AMOLED display with Glance screen. It is powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808 Hexa-Core processor clubbed with 3GB RAM under the hood.
Moving on to the imaging factor, this device flaunts a 20MP PureView sensor with 5th-gen optical stabilization and Carl Zeiss optics rear camera, which records 2160p video natively with Lumia's traditional Hi-Fi audio recording, 5MP front snapper for selfie without flash.
Other specs include, 32GB of internal storage, 3,000mAh battery, USB Type-C and wireless charging. With the USB Type-C connector users can hook the Display Dock, which gives you HDMI and DisplayPort video out plus three USBs.
Anyhow, the Microsoft Lumia 950 will cost around $550 (approx Rs. 35,856) and will be available for sale in November.
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL - Key Specifications
The Microsoft Lumia 950 XL flaunts a 5.7-inch with QHD AMOLED display with glance screen just like the 950 device. It is powered by a 1.5GHz Snapdragon 810 chipset along with Adreno 430 GPU clubbed with 3GB RAM under the hood.
On the camera department, this flagship device sports a 20MP PureView sensor with 5th-gen optical stabilization and Carl Zeiss optics rear camera, which records 2160p video natively with Lumia's traditional Hi-Fi audio recording, 5MP front snapper for selfie without flash. Also, it comes with RGB LEDs for natural lighting for low-light shots.
Further, it comes with Qi wireless charging, 3,300mAh battery which takes 30 minutes for 50% battery charge, Windows 10 OS, USB Type-C connector.
Apart from this, company did value addition to this device by introducing Display Dock for Continuum, which has one HDMI and one DisplayPort, plus three USB ports for accessories.