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Hands on with the Lumia 950 and XL

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cellphonesaretools

Oct 7, 2015, 8:26 AM

Lacking CDMA support, dual-SIM

Seems like a good effort on Microsoft's part, but IMO it is a FAIL that they omitted CDMA support and dual-active-SIMs. If Microsoft truly wanted to become the de-facto phone for businesses and "knock it out of the park", they just blew it.

(1) They should have exactly mimicked the RF capability of the iPhone6 and made the 950 a truly world phone.

(2) They should have made dual-active SIMs standard on these "flagship" phones. That would have been a great differentiator.

I love Windows 10 on our Surface Pro 3, I love the Windows 10 Mobile "fast ring insider" beta I have on my Lumia 635 spare phone, and I was REALLY looking forward to trading in my Android working phone and buying a Windows 10 Mobile phone with dual active SIM capabil...
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There is a dual-SIM version of each.
janakj

Oct 6, 2015, 2:58 PM

s/Nokia/Microsoft/

Rich—you might want to correct the sentence "On the positive side, Nokia is catering to the no-compromise folks..."

Too bad that these: a) feel cheap; b) will have limited carrier coverage in the US. As usual, Microsoft is handicapping their own chances before they're even out of the gate.
 
 
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