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The Microsoft Lumia 950 May Note The likeability Factor

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Microsoft has had a very tough time trying to get people to make the move away from the Apple and Samsung phones to go with the Microsoft Lumia 950. So does the handset offer what is needed for it to make people turn away from their current handsets?

The display of the Microsoft Lumia 950 is 5.2 inches and this offers up a resolution of 1440 x 2560. It comes with 32GB of storage room and it runs on the Snapdragon 808 processor. The device offers up support for SD storage and it comes with 3GB of RAM.

While there are many things that are in favour of the Microsoft Lumia 950, there are some downsides and one of these is that the device runs on Windows 10. This means that there is another downside as Windows 10 lacks apps that Android and iOS devices offer up.

But the big question is whether you would choose the iOS or Android devices over the Microsoft Lumia 950.

2 Comments

  1. bob

    April 24, 2016 at 5:43 am

    “Windows 10 lacks apps that Android and iOS devices offer up.”
    so , tell me what apps are missing. The only reason there are so many app for android and apple is because so many are just copies of each other.
    Who needs 43 ways to scan a barcode, 1 will suffice.
    Who needs 36 ways to download music, 1 does the job great.
    Remember, Microsoft are the biggest selling software company in the world, if they don’t make or support it, it’s not worth having.
    How many android or apple users have a P.C. and the software that runs is just about compatible with all the software that any Tom, Dick or Harry publish.
    That can’t be said about the other two.
    The other two are just playing at it, just because you are first, doesn’t mean you are best (e.g. The U.K. was one of the first countries to install a national phone line system, look at it now twisted pairs while new systems are done in Fibre)

  2. Randy Grenier

    April 24, 2016 at 1:49 pm

    Duh! It is not available on major carriers Sprint and Verizon in the U.S. Could that have something to do with the poor sales?