There should be at least one person who would like the phone, right? Designers, engineers – well, that’s a good start.
Microsoft’s latest smartphone, Lumia 950, is built for the Windows-native in you. You’ve owned a Windows-running PC all your life and this is phone that complements everything you do on your desktop. But it turns out that the Lumia 950 garnered a rather large group of people disliking the phone.
For those unfamiliar, the Lumia 950 sports a 5.2-inch display and a resolution of 1440 x 2560 with 564ppi. The Snapdragon 808 processor is responsible for powering up the phone, and it also has 32GB of storage room (that could be expandable to 200GB, mind-blown yet?), and there is 3GB of RAM. It’s also worthy to note that its AMOLED display serves as a pretty energy-efficient element too; when the screen displays blacks, it actually goes off too.
Now, it isn’t all that hateful about the phone, no? Well, it doesn’t come without its downsides. Perhaps the major turn-off is the fact that there is limitation in apps that are offered, despite having the Windows 10 it boasts about. It also seems that flagship devices almost always get standard priced, so it could have been better for the wallets if it were cheaper.
Do you think the lack of apps is a major turn-off for you?