‘Lumia 950 XL’ Or ‘Sony Xperia Z5 Premium’ – Which Will Win Against ‘iPhone 6S Plus?’

‘Lumia 950 XL’ Or ‘Sony Xperia Z5 Premium’ – Which Will Win Against ‘iPhone 6S Plus?’

Another high-end smartphone which looks promising has been announced by Microsoft. After being out of the competition, and to an extent, out of the market for some time, the company has come back with a bang. Sony also has one of its masterpieces lined up for release.


Since Apple’s latest iPhones have been released, every other smartphone, existing and upcoming, is being compared with either iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus. Following the trend, let us understand which of these phones have the capability to survive in this tough competition against the iPhone 6S Plus.

There is not much difference when it comes to screen size. Where Lumia 950 XL comes with 5.7-inch screen and 1,440 x 2,560 pixels resolution; Xperia Z5 Premium sports 5.2-inch display with 4K resolution. Don’t you think at least when it comes to the display, both phones have better specs than that of iPhone 6S Plus? The latter dons a 5.5-inch screen with 1080 X 1920 pixels.

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Lumia 950 XL and Xperia Z5 Premium come bundled with Snapdragon 810 SoC along with an octa-core processor and 3GB of RAM. Both devices run on the latest OS – Lumia 950 XL on Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 and Xperia Z5 Premium on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop (upgradable to Android Marshmallow).

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Sony is known for excellent camera smartphones. Not many companies have been able to deliver camera results as good as Xperia phones, but will Lumia 950 XL beat it? We will have to wait and see as Lumia 950 XL is coming with triple-LED flash to capture impressive shots.

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When specifications are listed on paper, both smartphones look equally good. As they hit the market and people get to test these devices, we will know which device stands true to what the companies claim.