New Cell phones from Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft is a well-known tech company. Renowned for Windows, the world’s most popular operating system for PCs and laptops, Microsoft launched its Windows phone Smartphone operating system in 2010.
The latest mobile launch is the Lumia 650 Dual SIM, which was launched in February 2016.
- 5 inch touchscreen display
- Resolution of 720x 1280 pixels
- The phone comes with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage
- It runs on Windows 10 Mobile
- The phone is powered by a 2000 mAh removable battery
- Powered by a 1.3 Ghz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor
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Billed as “The phone that works like your PC”, the Lumia 950 has high-end features and a premium design. Featuring a 5.2 Quad HD display and a fast-charging battery, the Lumia 950 can run like a PC on a big screen. It also features the latest generation hexa-core processor as well as an iris-scanning lock screen. The top has a normal headphone jack as well as a 20MP sensor camera.
Lumia 950 XL
As one of the new cell phones from Microsoft, this model competes with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S6, iPhone 6S, LG G4 and the Nexus SX. Some of its features include a 5.7 Quad HD display and a powerful octa-core processor – making it the most powerful phone Microsoft has ever built.
It has an extra-large battery with wireless charging technology. Weighing just 150g, the boxy design is palm-friendly and the phone has a thicker-than-normal bezel, so you don’t have to worry about accidentally tapping the touchscreen.
The Gorilla Glass 3 protected screen is embedded in a front cover that is glossy black, while the rear cover comes in matte white or matte black.
The phone also comes with a microSD slot and a removable battery, while the camera has triple LED natural flash.