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Fingerprint sensor are outdated, if we ask Microsoft the company presented its new flagship, which we can unlock with a glance. Yes, this is one of the interesting features of the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, but not the only one. The first smartphones from Microsoft, which come with Windows 10, have excellent displays, major processors, USB Type-C port (50% battery charge is accomplished in less than 30 minutes), a removable battery and microSD card slot.

Only in this sentence has many pluses that will delight consumers. To this we must add the 20-megapixel cameras and interesting functionality, called Continuum. Thanks to it you can use the phone with some possibilities inherent in a desktop computer. Windows currently holds third position in the world of mobile operating systems, but it is not prestigious place – the gap is too serious. However, the company makes a really great experience to attract new users by adding serious software, backed by fast hardware.

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Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL have very similar hardware features but differ in the ‘Display’, ‘battery’ and ‘processor’. The base model is equipped with a 5.2-inch screen and six-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, and the XL version has a 5.7-inch display and eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor.

The resolution of both models is 2560 x 1440 pixels, RAM is 3 GB, and internal – 32 GB. The slot for an additional memory card support up to 2 TB microSD.
Perhaps the huge hardware surprise is the presence of a liquid cooling system that will take care not to overheat the smartphone. With such technology features is and Surface Pro 3, and Microsoft has managed to bring in this year’s flagship in the smartphone segment. Although currently there is no more information on this system.

“Now, we want to put Windows in your pocket,” said Panos Panay, head of development of devices of Microsoft. “These phones are really starting to behave like PC”. He added that 20 MP camera of smartphones handle incredibly low amount of light, and both sensors are supporting optical stabilization. To this we must add the triple LED natural flash, which should make the photos more real, better, and the RGB sensor helps in accurate colors. Phones capture video at 4K, and all the information, including photos, instantly syncs to the cloud.

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The new phones has a function glance screen. This means that you don’t need to turn on the screen to see notifications – they will be displayed when you remove the phone from your pocket, and it cost almost zero energy consumption. What is also interesting that the new model has two antennas to offer best quality of calls.

Microsoft sees Lumia smartphones as part of a general system, which includes tablets and PCs. Many of the applications that use these devices, will use the new phones Lumia. Continuum is another interesting software solution. It allows the user to use them smartphone in an environment very similar to that on a PC. Through a special docking station you can connect Lumia to monitor, mouse and keyboard and use universal applications like on computer. Among them are and office package, which is a serious convenience for serious work on the move. While the phone is connected to a monitor, you can continue to use it and even make calls – two screens remain independent from one another.

The price of the Lumia 950 is $549, while those of the XL version – $649. Both phones will be available for purchase in November. At the end of the presentation it was announced and the price of the budget Lumia 550 which will be $139.

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