Microsoft reveals the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL
The flagship Windows 10 phones go on sale in November
At a press-conference in New York, Microsoft has officially taken the wraps off the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL – two flagship smartphones running Windows 10 Mobile – available for purchase in November for $549 and $649, respectively.
Both models share almost identical high-end specs, with the exception of different processors, batteries and screen sizes. Microsoft Lumia 950 (5.2-inch) and 950 XL (5.7-inch) come with a couple of unique hardware/software features such as Windows Hello face recognition via Iris Scanner, and Continuum for Phones.
The phones also include liquid-cooling technology known from Surface, QHD OLED displays with Glance, 20MP PureView cameras with triple LED flash,Wireless Charging, micro SD support for up to 2TB, USB Type-C, and Quick Charge that gives you up to 50% battery for just 30 minutes.
Continuum allows users to connect the phone to a large screen using an accessory (Microsoft Display Dock), attach mouse & keyboard, and unleash a PC-like experience thanks to the dual-Screen mode supported by Snapdragon 808/810 processors and Windows 10.