Microsoft October Event To Launch Lumia 950, Lumia 950 LX, Band 2 And Surface Pro 4

Posted: Aug 20 2015, 8:28am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Microsoft October Event to launch Lumia 950, Lumia 950 LX, Band 2 and Surface Pro 4
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New report says Microsoft will host a media event in October unveiling new hardware Surface Pro 4, Band 2, and new Lumia Phones.

Microsoft is rumored to hold a big hardware event in October. The company is expected to unveil the Surface Pro 4, Band 2, and new Lumia Phones.

Chinese Windows blog WPDang, which has a reasonable track record when it comes to Microsoft rumors reports that Microsoft will host a big October event. Besides the devices above WPDang that there would also be a new slim Xbox One.

The Verge has since confirmed with their sources that indeed Microsoft will host a hardware event in October.

The highlights of the Microsoft event are clearly the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 LX smartphones. The Band 2 will be of interest as well. The first Band was a surprise success and sold out pretty quickly amidst low inventories.

According to our Technology Event Calendar, we have been expecting a Microsoft event in September to unveil the new Windows 10 smartphones. The company will unveil something in time for the IFA 2015 in Berlin. Looks like Microsoft has a lot in store this fall.

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