standard First real images of Lumia 950 & 950 XL leak online

CQUbF9wUcAAefkWTwitter user @Windows10Lover has just shared some high quality images of the upcoming Lumia 950 XL, not a press render, but actual images of a prototype version of the phone. The actual phone does seem to look more “solid” than the renders would have us think, possibly something to do with the rounded edges of the phone.

The leaks also confirm a front facing flash on the Lumia 950 XL, helping get higher quality selfies from that 5 MP front facing camera (and possibly assisting with Microsoft Hello’s Iris detection). CQUaXN0VEAAMZ9z

Screenshot at 17-53-39From the collection of images seen above, we can deduce that this specific device is a Chinese prototype of the 950 XL, running Windows 10 Mobile of course (difficult to say which build). Also seen in the notification bar is a new icon, which could possibly be related to the “Continuum” feature which should launch with the phone as well, allowing users to switch to a full PC like experience when connecting to an external display.

The Twitter account also shared some images of the Lumia 950, which has a similar triple LED flash ont he main 20 MP camera, however unlike the Lumia 950 XL it doesn’t have a front facing flash.


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  • can’t wait any longer! 😀 I’m expecting Microsoft used the nokia trademark design.

    • GoodNPlenty333

      This phone was in the works before Microsoft bought Nokia. This is mostly a Nokia phone. The next round of phones will be Microsoft designed phones.

      • let’s wait and see the actual phone on Microsoft’s event. ^Polycarbonate shell/ unibody design is Nokia’s

        • GoodNPlenty333

          I say this because I know people who actually worked on it

  • Hadrian Embalsado

    The ring is a magnetic ring for lenses right?