Today Microsoft has announced its new flagship smartphone Lumia 950 XL, featuring 5.7 inches AMOLED display based on ClearBlack technology with a resolution Quad HD 2560 x 1440 pixels (518 dpi). For performance Lumia 950 XL is equipped with Snapdragon 810 SoC (4x Cortex-A57 @ + 4x 2.00 GHz Cortex-A53 @ 1.50 GHz + Adreno 430 GPU) along with 3 GB of RAM. As you can see, SoC frequencies are higher compared to any other device to make use of it, this is due to the use of “a water cooling system“to keep excess heat under control. That includes what Microsoft calls “tablet-class liquid cooling” to allow these phones to handle more powerful chips, which, at the very least, sounds awesome.
Microsoft Accounced Lumia 950 XL: 5.7 “QHD, Snapdragon 810 and liquid cooling
The rest of the specs go through a Carl Zeiss 20-megapixel PureView camera equipped with an image stabilizer (OIS) with a configuration of three LED flash capable of capturing 4K video. In the front we have a sensor of 5MP accompanied by an LED flash.
The smartphone will make use of a battery of 3300 mAh equipped with wireless charging technology Qi, using the Windows 10 operating system that will transform mobile on a PC connected to a display using the Dock Continuum to be able connect a mouse and keyboard together to offer HDMI and DisplayPort connectivity, and has a USB Type-C connector that allows you to recharge the device’s battery to 50 percent in 30 minutes.