Microsoft’s Lumia 960 featured a USB-C port, but never saw the light of day
An early prototype of the Lumia 960 was leaked on a Chinese forum and now the same source is leaking more pictures of the device running Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Lumia 960 looks like an HTC device
While this Windows phone didn’t see the light of day, it was supposed to be a successor to the Lumia 950. If we take the leaked photos into consideration, we can easily see the device is pretty different and looks more like an HTC phone than a Lumia. Its initial design included a metallic body and USB-C for fast charging, making an appearance here after the Lumia 950 and the Surface device lineup.
Lumia 960 features underlined a possible flagship device
The leaked photos unveil a dedicated camera button and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom of the device along with a microSD card slot to expand the phone’s storage capacity. It also looks like the Lumia 960 would’ve come with a 20-megapixel camera featuring triple LED flash and front-facing stereo speakers.
Regardless of all these cool features, the device hasn’t gotten a chance to hit stores for unknown reasons. On the other hand, we can speculate it’s because of Microsoft’s decision to reduce its focus on mobile. As we already know, the company is no longer considering Windows 10 Mobile a priority.
Ultimately, the leaked pictures of the Lumia 960 are not enough to expect a future launch. New Microsoft hardware is quite uncertain, even if the company keeps reiterating its constant commitment to the mobile platform to let us know that it won’t ditch it for good.
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