The Lumia 950 is a premium new smartphone from Microsoft with futuristic tech, including a glance screen, two antennas and liquid cooling.
Perhaps the coolest feature of the Lumia 950 is that you can turn it into a Windows 10 computer by connecting it to a monitor, keyboard and mouse.
The catch is that you'll need Microsoft's Display Dock, sold separately.
Here's a look at the desktop the Lumia creates when turned into a computer.
The Lumia 950's screen is 5.2 inches, with a density of 518 pixels per inch.
There's also a glance screen feature, where you can check out notifications and alerts without draining the battery.
Forget PINs and fingerprints, the Lumia 950 uses a camera to scan your eye to unlock the phone.
The main camera packs 20 megapixels and there's a dedicated camera button to capture your photos, just like on other Lumias.
The camera has optical image stabilization and a triple-LED flash.
The Lumia 950 has a Qualcomm Hexacore processor, two antennas and liquid-cooling technology.
The phone ships with Windows 10.
On the left side, there's a power button and a dedicated camera shutter button.
The phone has squared-off edges and a thin design.
The top of the phone houses the headphone jack.
Here you can see the two phone sizes, side by side.
And here's the back of both phones in white.
The Lumia 950 will cost $549 when it goes on sale in November. Stay tuned for more details. (No prices were announced for the UK or Australia, but the US price converts to £360 or AU$770.)
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