Microsoft launches the Lumia 950/XL Dual SIM in India with a free Display Dock

Today, Microsoft has officially announced the Lumia 950 Dual SIM and Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM for India. The flagship Windows 10 Mobile handsets will be priced at Rs.43,699 (~$650) and Rs.49,399 (~$740) respectively and will be available for purchase starting December 11 at leading outlets in the country including Microsoft Priority Stores, Croma, Reliance and Amazon India. The company is also throwing in a free Microsoft Display Dock as well.

Both devices host 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, 20 MP rear and 5MP front-shooters. The Lumia 950 has a slightly smaller 5.2-inch screen than the 950 XL which comes with a 5.7-inch display. The latter also boasts of a Snapdragon 810 processor and a respectable 3340mAh battery in comparison to the 950's Snapdragon 808 and 3000mAh battery.

Bhaskar Pramanik, Chairman of Microsoft India, stated:

With the launch of Windows 10, we have ushered in an era of more personal computingwhich is all about interacting more easily, more naturally and more securely in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. Now, with Windows 10 on Lumia we take innovation to the next level and build upon the unique experiences of Windows 10 for phone users. Designed for Windows fans and mobile professionals who desire a premium phone that takes full advantage of Windows 10, the new flagship devices are powerful, performance-driven, unique and innovative.

The Lumia 950 and 950 XL are packaged with standard accessories including a 3A charger, an extra USB Type-C cable and earphones. However, touting a "PC-like experience on your phone" with Continuum on Windows 10 Mobile, the company has also thrown in a free Microsoft Display Dock as well. Pre-orders for the Lumia 950 Dual SIM and Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM begin today and the device will be available for purchase at leading outlets starting December 11.

Source: Microsoft

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