Competition in today’s day and age has been increasing, no matter who you are or where you’re from, the fact of the matter is, if you’re not the best, you’re not going to survive. This is nothing new.
This has been proven, tried and tested over a hundred years ago as Charles Darwin proved his theory of ‘Survival of the fittest’.
The fittest survive. It does not depend how big you are or how strong you are, its about how well you deal with your competition.
David slayed Goliath! The big fish can fall prey to a large number of small fish.
Microsoft has been a big fish in the ecosystem of technology for a very long time now, and ever since the Android revolution began, the Windows Phone was a little late in entering the markets, and it still pays a price for that late entry.
Microsoft have been having a very tough time with their mobile phones division as the company has to deal with losses amounting to over 7.6 Billion USD.
Over 7,800 jobs have been lost over the deal and the company is going through a crisis management right now.
A fire fight is going on, as the future of the Microsoft Mobiles itself hangs in the balance.
However, in these dark times, the only beacon of light is the arrival of Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL – two phones that show the dominating power of Windows 10 Mobile OS and are expected to be the first two phones that will release with the Windows 10 Mobile OS out of the box!
With these two devices, codenamed previously as talkman and cityman, Microsoft is aiming to change the future of Windows Phones.
The company is now going to work on the lines of ‘premium’ products, and might introduce these two phones at a price point higher than ever before.
The design of the phones is especially made in a way that it looks like a phone fit for the high cost players, and the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL are expected to be priced at around $550 and $600 respectively.
The high pricing has been done keeping in mind these are the ‘flagship’ phones for Microsoft and are expected to be premium in nature.
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