Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India and specifications

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Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India and specifications are been reported. Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India and specifications are available here. Microsoft has launched two new windows phones 950 and 950 XL in Indian Smartphone market. Microsoft has recently shown his uncertainty in smartphone market. Microsoft is introducing his new windows 10 smartphones in market. These smartphones are expected to be the finest in Lumia Series. They come in mid price range. The price range needed to be high for offering high end specs in the device. This is the sole reason Microsoft has launched this high priced smartphones instead of budget smartphones.

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India is also expected to be in mid range. Microsoft Lumia 950 XL features some incredible specifications. Microsoft Lumia 950 XL comes with 5.7 inch HD OLED display. It provide resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The clarity of the display is extra ordinary. It comes with Snapdragon 810 64 bit octa core processor. It is supported with 3GB of RAM. The size of RAM is really big. It can run large apps and media without any hitch. This smartphone is expected to comes with Iris Scanner for Windows hello feature. This feature is very rare to found. It could become the USP of this device.

Before this smartphone only ZTE has offered Iris scanner recently.Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India is very much affordable. Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India is justified by the specs provided in this device. The storage capacity of this smartphone is huge. It can store large volume of data. This feature is included for customers who like to have large collection of media within the device. Microsoft Lumia 950 XL offers 32GB of internal storage. It can be further expanded up to 128GB via micro SD card. This smartphone is built with very stylish looks. It comes with Matte White or black polycarbonate body.

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL also offers 20 mega pixel pure view rear camera. The color depth is also expected to be pretty high. It is supported with triple LED flash. This smartphone also features a 5 mega pixel Wide angle front facing camera. The snapper provides good snapping experience. This device also comes with 1mm silver ring inside the circumference of the black camera pod. The outer body of this smartphone also have Aluminum side buttons. This smartphone is powered with 3300 mAh battery. The battery capacity is huge. These type of batteries usually seen in tablets.

The battery capacity is able to run high definition apps and media for large period of time. It runs on Windows 10 operating system. It is the fastest operating system available in market yet. It also comes with various connectivity features including 4G LTE. This smartphone is capable to assist you in long hour talks and during whole day travel. This smartphone comes integrated with Qi wireless charging. This feature lets you charge your device without the need of connecting through wires.

›Microsoft Lumia 950 XL specifications:-

  • Screen:- 5.7 inch HD OLED display
  • Resolution:- 2560 x 1440 pixels
  • Processor:- 64 bit Snapdragon 810 octa core processor
  • RAM:- 3GB
  • Internal storage:- 32GB
  • External storage:- 128GB via micro SD card
  • Primary camera:- 20 mega pixel pure view
  • Flash:- triple LED flash
  • Secondary camera:- 5 mega pixel
  • Operating system:- Windows 10
  • Battery capacity:- 3300 mAh
  • Connectivity:-  4G LTE,3G, 2G,Wi fi, GPS and Bluetooth.

›Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India:-

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India is not officially announced yet. Microsoft Lumia 950 XL price in India is expected to be in between 12,999 to 14,999 only.

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  1. (Wireless Phone) Seriously, you cannot buy a bteetr smartphone at this price. I purchased mine at my local corporate AT&T store for $99 during the pre-sale. I received the phone on Friday the 6th and as someone who has had Blackberry’s, Windows Mobile (old versions), several Android devices and even tried an iPhone for a while, this is the best phone I have ever used.The phone itself is solid, well built and has a great feel to it. It is heavier than some other phones, but that is actually a good thing. No plastic feel here. The screen is a nice 4.3 inches which to me is the sweet spot. Not too big yet not too small. I think the iPhone’s screen is a bit too small and some of those 4.7 inch screens just are a tad too big. My previous phone is a HTC Inspire which also has a 4.3 inch screen. It is also is easy to read and see the screen in the outdoor sunlight. Something my Inspire struggled with.This is actually my first Windows Phone 7, so I am new to the whole OS.Setup A breeze!!! No need for instructions or looking online, this was very intuitive. Email setup with my Corporate Exchange server was as simple as putting in my email address and password. Magically, everything started syncing, contacts, email, calendar, task, etc. I also setup my Gmail and Hotmail accounts within seconds. I saved all of my photos from my old phone to a MS SkyDrive account. Log in to your Windows Live account on your phone and everything is there. No hassle, no mess, no worry.Apps Yes, the reports are true, there are less apps in the Windows Marketplace then on Google’s or Apple’s. Before deciding on giving this phone a chance I checked the Windows marketplace to see what apps I would miss if I did move. There are some, but nothing that was a deal breaker for me. Your mileage may vary, and I recommend you do this as well before jumping into a Windows device. Most of the major apps are there for me and in fact, some are so much bteetr on the Windows phone. They take nice advantage of not only the Live Tiles on the home screen but the apps seem more integrated into the OS. Check ESPN, Fourquare, CNN, and some other major apps. You will be pleasantly surprised.OS I was absolutely surprised on how much I like this OS. It is just bteetr than Android and favorably compares to iOS. It is fluid, fast and very responsive. Gone for me is the constant lag of Android and the same old bunch of screens with icons. It may not be for everyone, but if you give it a fair shake, I think most will like it. The integration with Office and the ease of email setup is fantastic. The onscreen keyboard beats any keyboard I have used in Android and the iPhone.Phone Obviously, this is a phone so that functionality is important. I actually really liked my Inspire and I am a fan of HTC phones, but I found myself constantly dropping calls and lately it seemed to get worse. I also was doing hard resets on the phone every couple days (turning off, battery out) just to get things working again. With the Lumia 900, areas where I knew the calls would drop because they always have, did not. The call quality is great. People on the other end of the line say I sound much bteetr than I did with the HTC. I also had a maximum of 2 bars of signal in my home with the HTC, on the Nokia I get at least three and sometimes 4. I also have yet to drop or miss a call on the Nokia, something I was so used to happening on the HTC daily. Speakerphone is loud, louder than the HTC which is great when driving. BlueTooth setup took seconds in my car and I was able to play Zune through BT onto the car audio system easily. I am new to Zune as well, but they seem to have a great selection and I could only find one band not on Zune that was on iTunes. Obviously iTunes has the edge here, but Zune is no slacker.Battery Inspire max 5 hours before it has to be charged, and this is typical of most android devices. This phone has gone on for over 13 hours without a charge and still has juice in it. This week during work will be more telling of the actually battery performance, but it is much bteetr than the any Android device I have used.All in all, this is a great phone and one I can recommend to just about anyone. Would I recommend moving from iPhone to WP7, maybe, maybe not. Depends on how much you like the iPhone. The iPhone is a great phone, no denying that but for me, I prefer a larger screen, and until the iPhone 5 comes out with a larger screen, its just not for me. Would I recommend moving from an Android device to WP7 absolutely. Give it a try and you might like it bteetr. Android has its strengths, but WP7 is more polished and faster and just works bteetr.This may be the phone that gives Microsoft and Nokia the push they need to become a contender.4/10/2012 Edit: Took the phone off the charger around noon today and have used

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