Technology giant, Microsoft Corp has began singing a new song in the Nigerian smart phone market with the introduction of Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL respectively.
The newest flagship devices to join the Lumia portfolio and the first to ship with Windows 10, the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL deliver a familiar and consistent experience that extends across your Windows devices, including innovative features like Windows Hello beta for Lumia and Continuum for phones.
Combined with stunning HD displays, new PureView cameras with 20 megapixel sensors and triple LED natural flash that shoot 4K video, as well as the latest in processing power, the new products represent the best innovation from Microsoft.
With retail availability at authorised Microsoft devices partner retailers, Joseph Umunakwe – GM Microsoft Mobile Devices and Services while describing the product said that, “We designed Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL for people who want the most productive smartphones running the most productive operating system.
“ People like mobile professionals who want a premium phone that can work like a PC now have the perfect partner for their Windows 10 devices in Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. With full Windows 10 and features like Continuum for phone, it’s easy to do more than ever from your phone whether you’re in the office, at home or on the road.”
Accordingly, the products are the first Lumia phones to come pre-loaded with Windows 10 – delivering on Microsoft promise of one familiar and consistent experience that transitions seamlessly across Windows devices from key apps like Office built-in to access to all your stuff via OneDrive and the cloud.
Both products feature Continuum for phones, enhanced by the optional Microsoft Display Dock accessory.
Interestingly, this Windows 10 feature allows people to use their phone like a PC by connecting it to a monitor and transforming it for larger-screen entertainment, or adding a keyboard and mouse to work like a PC with Windows 10 apps like Microsoft Office, while simultaneously taking calls or performing other tasks.
As the latest premium handsets, the new products boast superior performance. Both devices feature a QuadHD AMOLED display featuring up to 564ppi, which means photos, videos and even simple reading show up well, even in sunlight.
And Microsoft’s PureView technology is built into both Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL cameras, boasting a 20MP sensor and triple LED natural flash.
The camera captures the perfect image, even in the most challenging conditions, and those photos can be automatically synced across all Windows 10 devices with the Windows Photo app and shared easily with friends and family.
To make this all possible, both phones also have the latest-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon processors to get these things done faster.
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