Juha Alakarhu, Director of cameras (for phones) at Microsoft recently released photos taken on the Lumia 950 and 950 XL on the Windows blog; the five photos shown should spring the majority to ask, are you sure it wasn’t shot with an SLR? Obviously having the company’s optics guy talk to you about how the camera performs isn’t exactly the best way to deliver a product without some favouritism but let’s see the photos first.
The tech giant built by Bill Gates just released a wide line-up of devices during its keynote two days ago. They drew oooohs and ahhhhs during their presentation that starred the Surface Pro 4, the Surface Book, the HoloLens and the smallest of the bunch, the Microsoft Band 2. Microsoft wants you to destroy limits with their new wearable, stated for individuals who want to be in a better state of health and just get more things done.
It has been 10 weeks since Microsoft had released its Windows 10 and they have over 110 million devices running on the latest OS so far. To bring the same experience onto smaller screens, they had just announced their latest flagship smart phones – the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. The operating system is no longer called Windows Phone but simply Windows 10 in line with its new direction.
The Lumia 950 and 950 XL aren’t just about the latest hardware but a more integrated experience with its family of products. One notable feature is how it transforms the smart phone to deliver a PC-like experience via Windows Continuum. This is better implemented than other smart phone to PC docks we’ve seen before.
Microsoft is unveiling a couple of devices tomorrow evening at 9PM which include its new flagships, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL. Earlier we’ve seen some leaks of its specs, and now we get a clearer look at the overall device thanks to high resolution photos that had just surfaced online.
UPDATE: Added a clearer Lumia 950 XL product image courtesy of @evleaks.
6th October will be a big day for Microsoft as they would be announcing the latest Microsoft Surface Pro 4 as well as their new flagship Lumia smart phones. Just like the Nexus 6P, a couple of slides have leaked from what appears to be an internal presentation of the latest Lumia 950 and Lumix 950 XL flagship smart phones. NokiaForever initially posted these images but they were later taken them down.
Microsoftinsider.es has managed to get us a few leaked renders of the much anticipated Microsoft Band 2. The band is due sometime in October which is expected to make an appearance together with the Lumias and a much-sought after Surface Pro 4. Codenamed “Envoy” the new band could feature a more refined design, allowing the display to be viewed in different angles, and not just under your wrist anymore.
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If you’re anticipating something big from Microsoft, mark your calendars on 6th October. They will be having an event in New York City promising to share something interesting about Windows 10 devices. Without hinting on actual products, it is safe to assume that Microsoft would be unveiling its latest Surface Pro 4 as well as its new flagship Lumia 950/950 XL. They are quite a huge deal as Microsoft’s first devices with Windows 10 running fresh out of the box.
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Earlier, we spoke about the purported Lumia models’ names – the Lumia 940 XL (aka Lumia 950 XL) and the Lumia 940 (aka Lumia 950), along with their spec sheet but today fresh murmurs have indicated that the 19th of October is the date of the grand Microsoft revealing – that’ll probably see the Surface Pro 4 also making an appearance.