Microsoft starts selling Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL in Europe

Microsoft Lumia 950

Microsoft has now started shipping its Windows 10 powered Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL smartphones in Europe. It is reported that the stock for these handsets is already available in stores so we need not worry if you haven’t booked your unit yet. The users from various Germany, Netherlands and Spain who have pre-ordered this device are reporting on Reddit that Samsung has charged their bank accounts for the order and has also sent emails informing them about the start of shipment of their handset.

Microsoft Lumia 950 & Lumia 950XL

In Germany, currently only the Lumia 950 handset is on pre-order at the Microsoft store while the Lumia 950 XL is out of the stock. However, both the handsets are available on pre-order on Amazon, which says that they will be shipped from 4th December.

We should also mention that if you purchase this device from Amazon then you will get a Transcend M/icro SDHC 32GB memory card along with the Fatboy wireless charging pilllow for free. As per reports, this deal is valid only till tomorrow. In addition to this, the Lumia 950 XL customers will also get a free Microsoft Display Dock until 31st January, while a similar deal is also available there at the Microsoft store.

In Netherland also, both these handsets are available for pre-order at the Microsoft store. Also, the devices are available on stock at several third party stores such as Belsimpel, Studentmobiel, Gsmwijzer and Algebeld. All these retailers promise to deliver both the handsets within 2 to 4 working days.

Microsoft Lumia 950 comes to you at €599 while the bigger phone Lumia 950 XL is priced at €699. You can check some of the best lumia 950 deals from UK retailers at an easily affordable price range.

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