Lumia 950: What you need to know

IDG News Service | Oct 6, 2015

The Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL can connect to a full size monitor and keyboard to run like a desktop.

This is the 950 and the 950XL. We also have the octacore and hexacore processors. I have two phones to introduce you to today. We have the 950 that uses the hexacore and the 950XL that uses the octacore. We use the latest Qualcomm technology. We push that technology to every limit possible. We push it by using tablet class liquid cooling. The phones come with a 5.2 inch and a 5.7 inch screen. Absolutely beautiful organic LEDs. Yup, they're gorgeous. It's got a 20 megapixel sensor which is just beautiful. It's unbelievable in low light. If you take a picture in low light then you'll get the full picture, the full sensor, the full camera, the full picture you want. If you want to use the flash we have a triple RGB flash. What does that mean in words? I know, here's what it means. When you take a picture there's no redeye. When you take a picture you don't look like a ghost. Type C connector on the bottom of this product. It's called USB Type C. It's a pretty cool connector. It allows us to push 5 gigabits per second into the product. This is the Microsoft display dock. This dock will enable me to connect my phone via that USB C connector and utilize a large monitor keyboard or mouse with these little nice ports to get a PC like experience. These are fully transparent PNGs that I just brought in from a thumb drive powered by phone into Powerpoint that looks like a desktop cause I can be productive like a boss wherever I am. So the products start at $549 and they're available in November.