No need to hold your breath anymore. Nokia Lumia 950 starts selling tomorrow with AT&T, available for preorder. The official start date is set on November 20th.
At this moment AT&T is the only U.S. carrier that announced Lumia 950. Verizon and Sprint are out of the deal at this point, and news on T-Mobile selling Lumia 950 or Lumia 950XL are nowhere to be found for the moment. The certain thing is that Nokia Lumia 950 starts selling tomorrow with AT&T.
The first smartphones complete with Windows 10 are here. Lumia 950 is up for pre-order tomorrow. However, the larger and slightly better Lumia 950XL hasn’t been announced yet. Perhaps it would be wise to order that one from Microsoft or wait until Microsoft decides to expand availability, if it happens.
A quick recap on Lumia 950’s features. For starters, it packs of course a Qualcomm hexa-core Snapdragon 808 chipset. The phone also sports 3GB of RAM, making it level with for instance Moto X Pure. Moreover, with the separate display dock it offers the possibility to elegantly and effortlessly turn your phone into an actual mini-computer. Windows 10 plays a nice trick here.
Lumia 950 features a 5.2-inch WQHD screen. In addition, the 20 MP of this phone’s camera is bound to make Lumia 950 topple Lumia 1020 from fans’ favorite lists. So far, it adds to a pretty good choice in the Lumia portfolio.
The price for Lumia 950 with AT&T is set at 600 dollars without a contract. The carrier offers the possibility that the lump sum is divided in several monthly options, each with its quirks. However, to make the deal more bearable, AT&T is throwing in a Surface 3 as well.
This is the first time in almost two years that Microsoft is releasing a flagship Windows phone. In 2013, AT&T also announced the Lumia 1520.
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