Elar Vinge, 23 Feb 2016...if You start first time Excel it will take some time. Next time it will be much quicker, bu... moreNot sure what your iPhone comment has to do with anything other than attempt of trolling. Microsoft makes Excel for iOS as well.
Watch the video. Till the end, the Excel is still "loading." That's not a good sign. Business people, the target of this phone, would rather use their laptops.
pika2000, 22 Feb 2016Any of you watched the video? It took forever for Excel to start, and I don't think it even lo... more...if You start first time Excel it will take some time. Next time it will be much quicker, but obviously as iPhone user You do not know this...
.Rasputin, 23 Feb 2016This phone produced by HP company, is SUPERB!!!
Where are those from Samsung or Apple, to lea... moreDo you think that Apple and Samsung can understand or learn something from the company HP ?
I don't think he can.
This phone produced by HP company, is SUPERB!!!
Where are those from Samsung or Apple, to learn and what phone: ...))
Any of you watched the video? It took forever for Excel to start, and I don't think it even loaded during the video. Seriously, business people don't have time waiting for excel to load that long. They would rather carry their laptops.
Why some people almost screaming - 'we dont want windows phone' or windows mobile! Is anyone forcing you to buy it?
True is that 90 percent of users dont care about apps (but they do get pushed away by people who say- 'you get a completely useless phone, no apps, nothing!'
just wondering who is behind this propaganda?
lilly, 22 Feb 2016 We at Microsoft has released many handsets with WP that it is no longer possible to count. B... moreHaving used the majority of all mobile operating systems out there in the past 15 years, I have come to the conclusion that the only operating systems currently on the market that provide stability, security, good resources management, have streamlined user interfaces, are fast and don't slow down overtime, and their makers spend a lot of time on QA testing (to ensure everything looks and works as it should) are iOS and Windows.
I would've considered this if the phone was natively capable of running desktop apps. Now you're dependant on an external virtualization service that stands or falls with the success of this device. Since it's aimed at enterprise users it will carry an enterprise price tag meaning it's already doomed.