Microsoft Lumia 950 discounted to $499 at American retailer B&H
There’s a hot deal in our midsts: B&H Photo is currently offering an unlocked, black Lumia 950 for just $499. And so far, the offer can be deemed a success judging by the fact that the white version is already sold out. The regular price for this phone is $548.99 at B&H Photo and $549 at the Microsoft Store, meaning that you can save $49 if you go for this hot deal.
The Microsoft Lumia 950 was released in November 2015 and was among the first flagship Windows phones to receive Windows 10 updates — a good thing since new owners will benefit from the newest updates up until the launch of the next Windows version.
The Lumia 950 is an excellent multimedia oriented smartphone. With its 5.2-inch display and a 20 MP PureView rear camera, it sports everything needed to take spectacular photos this summer. The phone boasts 3GB of RAM and 32 GB of expandable storage space — up to 200GB — so there is more than enough storage for all those beach photos and videos.
Speaking of camera performance, Microsoft describes the Lumia 950’s very well:
Magic happens in a flash — that’s why the Lumia’s 20MP camera has been engineered to virtually eliminate motion blur. And with unique features like Rich Capture and triple LED natural flash, you have all the tools you need to capture every birthday, vacation, and date-night selfie—day or night.
And since the phone is powered by Windows, you can use various Microsoft apps such as Outlook and Office while on the move:
Windows 10 keeps your digital life in sync across all your devices. All your apps, games, and music are in one convenient place with the Windows Store. And Cortana provides reminders on your Windows 10 devices. Plus, Office is easy to use on the 5.2-inch screen, and Outlook has the same rich editing tools as Microsoft Word
If you are interested, hurry up and order your Lumia 950 at this fabulous price while it’s still available!
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