Microsoft Lumia 950 Now Available For Purchasing

Microsoft launches Lumia 950, and it will be on sale in the U.S through AT&T retailers and also through the online stores. The standard staring price of this device with two years agreement is $149.
 
Microsoft states,
 
“With the Lumia 950, as well as the Lumia 950 XL, we set out to create the phone that works like a PC, and we succeeded – and are thrilled for our fans to get their hands on these new and exciting devices.”
 
With the launch of Lumia 950 and 950 XL, the first phone to operate on Windows 10, Microsoft have combined consistent and familiar Windows experience, with stunning display and innovative experience, such as Windows Hello beta and Continuum for phone. The phone also supports Cortana, your personal assistance, along with location base reminder, which could be set on your PC, and it will arrive on your Lumia device, at the right time.
 
Microsoft states,
“These phones were designed to increase your ability to get things done, easier and faster, and are the most productive smartphones on the planet.”
 
The most attractive feature which both the Lumia’s come with is its ability which enables it to transform your phone to a PC. This means that when your laptop or PC is not available, you can use your phone to scale apps on the bigger screen, when it is connected. You can also work on Office documents, steam HD videos from Windows Store and also browse the internet. While your phone is connected to the bigger screen, you can use it independently for making or receiving calls and sending text messages.
 
 
 
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This device runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 1.8 GHz hexa-core processor. It also comes with fast charging with USB-C, which helps in charging the battery from critical to half full, in just half an hour. This device also comes with adaptive antenna technology, which helps in optimizing which antenna should be used for best connectivity.
 
Both the Lumia comes with a new PureView camera, allowing you to take picture of excellent quality and also take 4K videos.
 
 
Image Source: blogs.windows.com
 
Microsoft states,
 
“Of course these devices have a great camera as we’ve continued to advance the Lumia heritage in photography with a new PureView camera that boasts a 20MP sensor, triple LED natural flash, 5th generation optical image stabilization, and Rich Capture.”