Lumia 950XL Is The Most Powerful Windows Phone Yet

Posted on 12 October 2015 by author

Windows Phone is not to be outdone by other popular devices in the market. Lumia 950XL is coming out strong with a 5.7-inch size powered by a 2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chip (810 octa-core) with a liquid cooling system that’s intended for Surface tablet. It packs a crisp 518 ppi OLED screen and storage at 32GB that can be expanded up to 2TB with microSD. Microsoft touts this is their first phone to ever manufacture and coincidentally, the most powerful Lumia phone to date.


Previous leaks have provided an overview of the handset’s detailed specs but there are improvements for some features like the Zeiss lens on the 2-megapixel camera along with its optical image stabilization, triple LED RGB natural flash and dedicated camera button. The flash description itself indicates that users of this smartphone type prefer natural looks in photos.

Connectivity options include USB jacks, DisplayPort, HDMI and USB Type-C connectors. The company integrates the new Glance Screen technology which makes it possible for users to know whether there are missed calls or  just glance at the time and date and even check for emails by simply looking at the screen. The adaptive antenna tech provides the best connection as far as emails or calls are concerned. For those interested, Microsoft is outing the device this November for $649 apiece unlocked and will work on any network bands.


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