Microsoft has unveiled the company's latest Windows 10 Mobile-powered smartphones to the Mexican market. Both the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL have been officially announced for the region and will be made available for pre-order at various locations. The Windows Phones were shown off at a public event with pricing and availability shared with those who attended.
The Lumia 950 will set local consumers back by 12,999 pesos ($785), while the Lumia 950 XL will be listed for 13,999 pesos ($850). The dock itself will be made available for 1,999 pesos ($120) in mid-December. It has been confirmed that the Windows Phones will be sold from Liverpool as dual-SIM, while Movistar (from Telefonica) will have the two models as single-SIM. Finally, AT&T Mexico should also be in line to stock the two devices.