At yesterday’s Microsoft hardware event, Microsoft announced two new flagship smartphones: Lumia 950 XL and Lumia 950. With unique Windows Continuum feature, the Windows phone is capable to convert to a desktop computer. Sounds cool? Let’s keep going.
Lumia 950 XL is a high performance, large-screen smartphone that runs Windows 10 OS. The Windows phone measures 151.9 x 78.4 x 8.1mm, weights 165g, and as shown in the images, Lumia 950 XL shows off a sleek and minimal design along with an interchangeable back cover for personality.
The 20MP rear camera and triple LED natural flash have been sealed by a rounded lens cover, which delivers you unique and stylish feeling. And the main camera features ZEISS 6-lens optics, autofocus with two-stage capture key, OIS, and f/1.9 aperture in order to bring you clear and vivid images and 4K video recording, and 5MP front-facing camera with wide angle lens and f/2.4 aperture has been ready to capture selfies.
Moreover, the smartphone comes equipped with a 5.7″ WQHD AMOLED display with 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution, 518 ppi pixel density, and Gorilla Glass 4. And Lumia 950 XL is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 2.0GHz octa-core processor and has 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM and microSD card slot for up to 200GB for high performance and abundant storage capacity.
Using Windows Continuum and Microsoft Display Dock, you can easily turn your Lumia 950 LX into a mini desktop computer, bringing you a more comfortable work environment. In addition, other features in the handset also include Bluetooth 4.1, USB Type-C port, NFC, wireless charging, and replaceable 3340mAh battery.
Lumia 950 XL will be available for $649 USD in November this year. If you’re interested, jump to Microsoft for its more details.