Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL are now available at different retail stores beginning November 20
Microsoft is releasing its new flagship, Lumia 950, on November 20. Correspondingly, the said device will introduce Windows 10 aside from its interesting features and specs. It is also expected that the new handset will invade the market shelves of the U.S., India, Australia, and United Kingdom with price variations.
According to Indian Express, the new flagship of Microsoft will come with 5.2 inches WQHD display and 5.7 XL, which will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor. The device will also be equipped with 3GB RAM and 32GB expandable storage. The report added that camera enthusiasts can expect 20MP Overview camera with Zeiss lens and 5MP wide-angle front camera. On top of that, Lumia 950 will also come with 3,000mAh battery.
Aside from the specs and features, one thing that the new device highlights is its price. IB Times said that the new Lumia series will be offered at £419.99 for Sim-free Lumia 950 and £469.99 for larger screened XL in Carphone Warehouse. While other retailers will offer the phone at £500.
More so, related report said that Vodaphone will offer an installment plan for the new device with £35 per month for 24 months, with the inclusion of 1,000 minutes, unlimited texts, and 1GB of 4G data. Such program will not offer any down payment. Vodaphone also offers pre-order. An online retailer, Expansys, also offer pre-orders that costs £449.99 for Lumia 950 and £529.99 for the large-screen 950XL.
Further, Cyber Shack mentioned that the new device will go on sale in Australia starting December 7. Pre-orders are available in Microsoft's online store amounting to AUD$999 for 5.2 inches and AUD$1,129 for 5.7 inches size.
The new Lumia 950 and 950XL add another variation to its series that will rise attractions to enthusiasts because of its interesting specs and features. As such, it can be considered that this will gain another popularity for Lumia series of the Microsoft Company.