Jhon998, 28 Aug 2016Well it mostly has its features and no one cares about turning a phone into a desktop and it h... moreNot no one care, speak for yourself cos I do care about turning my phone to a desktop. It makes me more productive. Secondly iris scanner is far more secured than fingerprint scanner. Fingerprint scanner allows someone else (especially a family member) swipe your finger on your device while you are asleep, thereby gaining access to your device without you know. I guess that's why Samsung note 7 included iris scanner. If you don't like a thing doesn't mean others must hate it as well.
Perez5k, 27 Aug 2016Killed it what?Well it mostly has its features and no one cares about turning a phone into a desktop and it has an iris scanner...
Would be killer device if it had stylus with surface pen like functionality. People of business would rush and give long queue to buy it.
I use a lot of mobile websites. And proper websites. I pin them to screen as a tile. And it's better than chopped up apps. And I personally think it's the way a lot of sites will go in future. It's more cost affective. Apps are expensive to make.
I fact I think chrome is going this way within 2 years
Aadrian , 23 Aug 2016I would love to see Sony making a phone with Windows 10, and new Nokia devices to adopt Window... morenokia will be making adnroid from now on since microsoft sold them. I agree sony has the best desgined phones in the market. This phone is beast spec wise. Is hp going to pave the way for best windows phones?
Dual sim model must also have dedicated slot, to its usefulness and popularity
Cellulard, 22 Aug 2016Like what exactly? What is it that you're comparing? I'd say that this HP is like an updated... moreI would love to see Sony making a phone with Windows 10, and new Nokia devices to adopt Windows 10 and not only android in their upcoming phones.
I am a big fan of Sony design and have used many Sony Ericsson phones back in the day.
Kur, 22 Aug 2016Why not Microsoft do like this?Like what exactly? What is it that you're comparing? I'd say that this HP is like an updated 950 XL: slightly larger, SD 820 vs 810, 4 GB vs 3 GB, 30% more battery. Other pros: front-facing speakers (ugly, IMHO) and a B&O partnership (very cool, IMHO). The camera is actually a downgrade from the 950 XL though. For the record, I love this HP but it is a little large for my usage. Hopefully the attention will allow HP to make more Window Mobile devices.
Phablet for business, good device with a great OS.
I am a Lumia user and this phone is really the flagship, but too big for me.
Still it's the phone to beat, HP done well... with this device you really get some work done.
I have to say I am Disappointed that it is going to be Windows 10 Mobile. When I first saw this I read somewhere it was going to be Full Windows 10 and was actually interested in it. I want a Device to run full Windows Applications that fits in my Pocket to Eliminate the need for my Stream 7.
Hopefully gsmarena will give this sucker a full review treatment. It's a full spec'd Windows flagship of which I'm very curious about.
Monkey D.Luffy, 18 Aug 2016Price SucksI don't think it is out of line. Price is very similar to a other Snapdragon 820 phones with 64GB of memory.