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Lumia 950 XL Teardown Video: Reveal Liquid Cooling System And IR Sensor For Windows Hello

Today, the Caption LAB uploaded a teardown video of Microsoft Lumia 950 XL on YouTube. This 15 – 16 minute video showed the part by part disassembly and assembly of Lumia 950 XL . From that video we can see that there are some interesting things about the device.

Lumia 950 XL was introduced on October 6, through a Microsoft Windows 10 Device event. Microsoft claimed their new flagships – Lumia 950 and 950 XL – use a liquid cooling system to cool off the Snapdragon 808 processor inside. These are the first smartphones using the cooling system, like a PC. It awakes our curiosity, whether the new Lumia is warm or cold?

Source: youtube.com

Source: youtube.com

The other interesting thing about both devices are, the IR sensor to recognize the pupil (eye), which uses the Windows Hello to unlock the device.

Source: youtube.com

Source: youtube.com

Take a look at these Lumia 950 XL teardown video, which will reveal the liquid cooling system and IR sensor for Windows Hello.

disassembly Lumia 950 XL

assembly Lumia 950

Source: Neowin

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