Microsoft Lumia 950: Can a Smartphone Be Your PC?
The Lumia 950, the first premium telephone discharged by Microsoft since its acquiring, of Nokia, runs Windows 10. Yes, the same operating system Microsoft discharged not long ago for portable workstations and desktops—aside from with a versatile well-disposed interface on the littler screen. Its Continuum features permits the product to twist and extend to distinctive screen sizes.
The Lumia 950’s telephone hardware is top-notch. The 5.2-inch, 2560×1440-pixel screen is splendid and bright. Regardless of having a plastic—sorry, “polycarbonate”— back, the telephone feels well made. The battery inside lasts for a long time, and the USB Type-C port charges it in under two hours.
The phone comes with a 20 MP camera which is capable of making 4K videos apart from that it also gives a decent result when connected with a monitor screen. The phone also comes with pre-installed applications like Skype and Microsoft Office. The good thing about these Lumia phones is that you can receive calls when it’s being utilized as a computer.
- Windows 10 Mobile has potential
- Strong camera performance
- Continuum and Hello are very cool
- Windows 10 Mobile isn’t there yet
- Expensive for current features
- Design doesn’t feel like a flagship
- App support is still not up to the mark
Lumia 950 is available for $650 while 950 XL is available for around $750.