In general, a new product can only be deemed as official only when its creator or manufacturer say so despite the abundance of leaks and rumors out there. But sometimes, the company themselves leaked its new product out in the open although most of the times it might happened by accident. That is the case with Microsoft, which has pretty much confirmed its two new flagship Lumia smartphones that the company supposed to unveil next week in New York.
The confirmation took place through the company’s online official store for United Kingdom which have listed both Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL under the Windows 10 Ready Phone category. At the time we published this post, both devices are still there on the online store but there are no individual product pages for either of the phones at the moment.
Still, the listing itself reveals part of their specifications which are indeed similar to the presentation slide (shown above) that were leaked out recently including screen size, rear camera, and internal storage. What’s new though is that both devices apparently support 2TB microSD card.
Well, guess the surprise factor for these new Lumias have been reduced by this accidental listing. Nevertheless, do tune in next week as we expect to have a closer look at these new smartphones as well as other new devices that will be officially unveiled at Microsoft’s Windows 10 event in New York on 6 October.