Microsoft offers $150 discount for Lumia 950 XL with free Display Dock

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Are you in the market for a high-end Windows Mobile 10 handset? If so, Microsoft has an awesome Lumia 950 XL deal going on right now. Not only has it been discounted to $499, but it also comes with a free Display Dock.

Usually, the Lumia 950 XL sells for $650 via the Microsoft Store, but this deal allows customers to save $150 along with walking away with a free gift. This kind of deal shouldn’t come as a surprise because the software giant is not selling a lot of these smartphones, so we fully expect to see more of the same throughout the year.

We suggest acting fast on this deal because as usual, it’ll only be available until stocks last. The last time Microsoft offered a deal like this, supplies ran out pretty fast, so we urge interested consumers to jump on it

What type of handset is the Lumia 950 XL? It is currently the best Windows 10 Mobile handset available on the market right now. It comes with a solid 5.7-inch display, 20MP camera, and 32GB internal memory. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 with 3GB of RAM.

While it’s a powerful smartphone, at launch it was plagued by unfinished Windows 10 Mobile software that caused reviewers and consumers alike to think twice about owning a Windows 10 Mobile handset as their main driver. Since then, many problems that plagued the operating system have been fixed and many more will be fixed with the Anniversary Update set for July 29, 2016.

The Anniversary Update is also set to bring new features to the platform to make it more user-friendly. However, the update expected to satisfy Microsoft won’t come until the Redstone 2 update set for 2017. Microsoft is rumored to release a Surface Phone in that same year, too.

Grab your $499 Lumia 950 XL with free Dsiplay Dock right here.