It looks like Microsoft for the first time has entered the mainstream mobile business.Lumia 950 & 950XL will definitely boost and those who wont be buying will be missing a lot.And with the ability to port Android & IOS apps it's definitely a boost.
hi,i didn't see my post, anyway ill do it again.... manage to read all comments on this and i sometimes laugh and overall its a positive response to this device even me i didn't lose hope to Microsoft that one day they will come up something innovative and perhaps the Lumia 950 is my bet its minimalistic design, not a fan of outside aesthetics but more on its capabilities to function with ease, execute applications in a pop and whole lot more.
Best camera there is.
AnonD-362866, 07 Oct 2015Making it easier to port iOS and Android apps to windows doesnt mean it will take off. Dev's w... morePeople are upgrading and buying Windows 10. PC users are upgrading to Windows 10. Xbox will get Windows 10 upgrade. Windows Phone 8 will get Windows 10 upgrade.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2015Read the article from the hands-on and it has a clear statement of having a fan.So the liquid ... moreWhat? It has a fan? Please post a link to that statement.
I'd say it's just your regular copper heat pipe with liquid in, heat turning the liquid into vapour that cools down again to become a liquid, in doing so, transferring the heat to a heat sink (a heat pipe on it's own won't help much).
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2015Liquid cooling is a damn gimmick and not true. What they mean to say is that this phone has h... moreRead the article from the hands-on and it has a clear statement of having a fan.So the liquid cooling tech is legit for the new lumia phones.
Heat pipes are not liquid cooling.
Claiming it is is like claiming KFC is a restaurant. It's not.
So would the liquid cooling in the 950 XL be enough to counteract the overheating issues with the Snapdragon 810? I would be interested in seeing test results to see how it would handle under heavy graphics/heavy usage.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2015Not liquid cooling, HEAT PIPES. And also the Sony Xperia Z5 series have heat pipes like lumia ... moreNot every heat pipe has liquid inside. heat pipe can also act like Fins(without water). But Lumia 950XL definitely has liquid cooling.
Rk, 07 Oct 2015Hey, what are you talking about? It has a mainstream os, its windows 10. And its better than a... moreMaking it easier to port iOS and Android apps to windows doesnt mean it will take off. Dev's would still need an incentive to do so. First step would be people actually buying Windows Phones in the first place.
Anonymous , 06 Oct 2015liquid cooling is not a new tech in a smartphone. Fujitsu already using this tech also NEC's M... moreNot liquid cooling, HEAT PIPES. And also the Sony Xperia Z5 series have heat pipes like lumia 950XL. Heat pipes have liquid inside it
AnonD-383187, 07 Oct 2015They probably overclocked the processor with liquid cooling installed. The Continuum demo was ... moreNot liquid cooling, just normal heat pipes. Heat pipes have a liquid coolant inside it. Similar to the Z5 series which has dual heat pipes. You see conventional liquid cooling we find in PCs cannot be put in phones. For that we need a heatsink fan, which can never be placed in a phone.
Liquid cooling is a damn gimmick and not true. What they mean to say is that this phone has heat pipes inside it, very much like the Xperia Z5 series. This is NOT the type of watercooling we see in normal desktops, as we need fans to use proper water cooling. Like the Z5 series, this has heat pipes and heat pipes have a liquid inside it. So Microsoft should stop misleading people and just tell that this phone has heat pipes.
AWallis, 07 Oct 2015Thanks Frank, that was helpful. I wonder too if all those icns / tiles can be removed from the... moreThe home screen is customizable. Only the apps you pin will go there. You can unpin them all too lol. It's not the same as iOS home screen. The second screen with vertical scrolling of apps is where all the apps reside.
Lumia 950 is going to be my first flagship phones. Hope Microsoft released it before Deepawali.
AnonD-411799, 06 Oct 2015hah, so when is the *legendry win10 coming to mobiles.? i know they are on 950/950xl. insider ... moreWithout using don't comment. M using w10 preview since February. Its buggy at start. But since last two builds its not buggy, its smooth as wp8.1.