Microsoft to launch Lumia 950, 950 XL, Surface Pro 4 on Oct 6

Following Samsung and Apple now it’s time for Microsoft to show off its expertise in the market. Microsoft has started extending invitations for its grand event that is scheduled for October 6. Just weeks to go and much waited smartphones and expected tablet it in your hands. The company is expected to push its Lumia duo and a new Surface Pro tab on the day. Let’s have a deep into to what Microsoft has planned for this season.

Considering the latest details in the market we are informed about two devices dubbed as Talkman and Cityman. Both devices are said to be codenamed for Microsoft’s Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL. The devices are reported to carry a most attractable pair of specs inside. Also, with a larger pair on Lumia 950 Microsoft also eye large market space that is extended to smartphone and Phablet users.

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Until now we have a generic list with some high powered specs that are expected with upcoming Microsoft Lumia devices. Though Microsoft is much expected to bring some surprises at the event yet we are just bound to expected details. The company is also not sought to issue any official details right now as the event sets ahead.

Right now let’s have a brief view into the space of both Cityman and Talkman or the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. The standard smartphone size Lumia 950 is going to carry a 5.2inch display with QHD resolution. Internally it there is Snapdragon 808 SoC with 3GB RAM.

The larger size Lumia 950XL is going to carry 5.7inch display. It is also QHD with a similar level of pixel resolution and other features. It is also expected with same 3GB of RAM but with Snapdragon 810 SoC. Both devices are expected with over 20megapixel camera and matching spaces in other areas.

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Source: The Verge

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