Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL leaked by…Microsoft
The duo of Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL are getting launched Tuesday next week on October 6th but just before then, guess what we are seeing? Microsoft spilled the pictures, specs
and prices of the upcoming Windows 10 flagship smartphones in public. The United States PC giant inadvertently (or not?) listed the two devices on its official UK website today.
In the height of all that excitement, it’s important to recognize that the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL aren’t exactly strange to our eyes and ears — the duo has had its own fair share of outings thanks to a the barrage of rumors and leaked photos including the internal presentation materials of the two phones that were outed last weekend.
From what was obtained from Microsoft’s website before the pages were quickly pulled down, it appears that the earlier leaked material was legit, at least to the extent we can confirm. The Microsoft listing confirmed that both smartphones had Quad HD resolution, 20MP camera (featuring ZEISS optics), 32GB of storage and full blown Windows 10 OS (the platform has supposedly been optimized for the smartphones anyway). The Lumia 950’s screen will have a physical size of 5.2 inches while the one on the phablet-sized Lumia 950 XL will measure 5.7 inches.
Unfortunately, Microsoft did not allow the prices to spill but don’t expect a bang for a buck here as we are expecting both devices to sport “flagship” prices.
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