Microsoft Lumia 950XL video render leaks

Thomas Wellburn
September 28, 2015

Serial leaker @OnLeaks has published what appears to be a video render of the upcoming Microsoft Lumia 950XL.

The video displays a complete 360-degree view of the entire device front and back, showcasing the textured blue finish. The power button has been moved to a new position, in between the volume controls, while the camera button keeps its original position at the bottom of the device.

The description for the video also reveals some interesting titbits, the Lumia 950XL will apparently measure 151.9 x 78.4 x 7.8 / 9.9 mm. 9.9mm. This puts it just a bit larger than devices such as the LG G4, which are already verging into phablet size. Of course, with the 5.7-inch screen, it’s fair to say that the Lumia 950XL is already a phablet.

The leak seemed to create a bit of competition with Evan Blass of @evleaks, who responded with a press image of the device. The more the merrier!

The Micorsoft Lumia 950XL is expected to include a 20 megapixel camera, QuadHD display and Snapdragon 810 processor. It will also include 4GB RAM and is expected to ship with Continuum support, allowing the device to display full-screen desktop applications with a special adapter.

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