Are You Still Thinking About Getting Yourself The Microsoft Lumia 950?

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We’re really taking pity on this phone, really. The ratio of getting positive feedback is definitely lesser than having the phone being criticized to no end. Perhaps it’s even safe to say that the Microsoft Lumia 950 has been achingly desperate to lure potential users to make the switch from Samsung or Apple to jump on the Microsoft boat. Just that this time around we’re guessing the boat is left stranded in the middle of nowhere.

There’s no denying that many has been left feeling very dissatisfied after purchasing the phone, and one of the most common problems is that lack of apps the Lumia 950 provides. Seems like people are really making a big deal out of it because they’ve probably had it compared with the likes of other respectable devices such as the Galaxy S6, the iPhone 6S Plus or even the Blackberry Priv.

Others just generally think that the Lumia 950 being a Windows 10 handset is already bad enough to begin with. It’s a phone that’s supposed to make you feel like you’re using a mini desktop and something that Microsoft would want you to feel that you could take your undying love for the Windows 10 computer anywhere you go. Think of it like a phone that’s enforcing you to have as much love for it as you do on your desktop too (but the thing is, you’re probably using an iMac, just saying).

Of course there are other problems that agitate even the most patient of a customer. What have you experienced with your Microsoft Lumia 950 so far?

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1 Comment

  1. Bill Hepworth

    February 24, 2016 at 7:20 am

    Actually I have bee. Using the 950 since it came out. I picked it up after finally having enough of my iPhone 6s slow and buggy bluetooth, required resets, and the useless gimmick called Siri.

    Among strong attributes are great virtual keyboard, excellent productivity apps, nice camera, extremely useful Cortana and more streamlined user experience.

    Among the drawbacks are Continuum which has promise but is too app constrained to be useful. Also, there are indeed a few apps that don’t have native versions but I haven’t found any that I care enough about to matter.