Rumors have it that Microsoft’s Windows 10-based Lumia 950, 950XL will sport iris scanner, wireless charging and other consumer alluring specs. Even though the developer has not yet confirmed any of these rumors, our past experience makes us believe many of these specs will, indeed, feature on Microsoft’s new smartphones.
The Windows developer has promised customers a new set of smartphones since the beginning of the year. It appears that the new Lumia flagships will hit market stores in September, during the famous exhibition for electronic devices, IFA, which will saw the participation of many developing companies.
Tech savvies have only managed to find out some of the interesting features that the enterprise has prepared for its flagship models. Based on their most recent findings, Lumia 950 and 950XL are the phones with the most advanced features.
The 950 version, also known as the Talkman, will come with a 5.2-inch display of 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution. Lumia Talkman will also feature a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor, which means users will enjoy 3GB of RAM memory capacity and a 32GB storage capacity.
The camera specs are not to be neglected either, according to analysts’ declarations. The developer has embedded a 5-megapixel camera on the front side of the phone, whereas the rear-side camera can take 20-megapixel snapshots.
These specs would make no visible difference, unless the smartphone comes with a similarly good battery life. For that matter, Lumia 950 will sport a 3,000 mAh battery, but further tests should be carried out on the phone to determine its real battery capabilities.
The 950XL Lumia, or the Cityman has slightly more advanced features, which will most certainly be mirrored by the higher price of the device. According to tech analysts, the display of the 950XL model will have 5.7 inches, but it will come with the same features as the Talkman. Other differences will be related to the processor and the battery life as the Cityman will integrate an octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor, in addition to the 3,300 mAh battery.
Microsoft has previously hinted that their Lumia flagships will rely on some of the most advanced smartphone technologies. The new phones could for that matter, integrate iris scanners for an accurate identification of the phone’s user, as well as Qi wireless charging, one of the latest discoveries in point of smartphone technology.
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