Phone Geek , 12 Mar 2016I'm amaze cause o reviewed this phone cause i saw that its a gaming phone, and it is only dual... moreIf you look up the snapdragon 820 its actually a quad core processor. the dual core is an error.
It will Boost the Market ..competing with the Iphone 6s or Blackberry Priv ..
Everybody Looks of Better Cost Compared with the above two....
I'm amaze cause o reviewed this phone cause i saw that its a gaming phone, and it is only dual-core, how fascinating
How about the battery? Since it is removable, can i buy a spare battery for it?
Great if it has a x86-64 processor, but how to put it into a phone of these size?
How about a phone running on Windows and Android?
Damn, where can I get one in Singapore?
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2016I do not like Lumia since owned by MS, Nokia Lumia is much better than MS Lumia in eveything. ... moreThe very same Lumia-engineers, team leaders and managers
in the very same Building in Espoo, Finland.
It was news here when a hired co. changed the sign on the roof.
Also the papers now have "Microsoft" - or rather MS Mobile Oy" in the corner
instead of the old "Nokia" or "Nokia Devices and Services"
I still love the Lumia products from Microsoft Mobile,
but I think this Hewlett Packard Elite is at this moment THE flagship!
AnonD-510929, 04 Mar 2016Move over Android! (maybe) Wow, this phone is PACKING! Would have liked to see 128gb internal ... moreI've owned a Lumia 950 for a couple of weeks now. Don't get too excited. Windows 10 Mobile isn't at the same quality level as Windows 10 PC.
Windows 10 Mobile is still buggy as heck and it crashes more than just occasionally. External storage has been a bit buggy as well. There is also a big app gap with the Windows 10 Store in general.
Strangely enough, if you asked me 3 years ago whether I would recommend Windows Phone 7.8, I would on a whim. Fast forward 3 years and I'm not so sure whether I'd recommend Windows 10 Mobile, especially in its current state. Maybe on basis of the UWP ethos, but is that really a good reason?
If you buy into the Windows 10 ecosystem, you should be there for the long haul. At the moment, this HP phone looks like your best bet. One thing is for sure though: I wish I had that laptop thing for university. Definitely would've lightened up my backpack...
AnonD-510929, 04 Mar 2016Move over Android! (maybe) Wow, this phone is PACKING! Would have liked to see 128gb internal ... moreExternal screen touch support comes when the Mobile RedStone build is ready.
Jeff, 01 Mar 2016The phone is great but I've to say right now HP surely has a rather crooked market policy. It ... moreWhy you so surprised? isn't that how people do business there is no friendship in business the more you backstabbing you do the better success you will have.
Move over Android! (maybe) Wow, this phone is PACKING! Would have liked to see 128gb internal but I THINK Windows handles external storage better than Android? Can someone elaborate on this? I purchased a macbook pro to see what the fuss was about and wound up installing Windows 10 since I really didn't like OS X. I really like Windows 10! While I like Android for my phone, it sure can be buggy and don't get me started on their tablets! This has the size and options I've been looking for in a long time. I'm going back to school and the phone/laptop would be perfect! I'm hoping HP might offer the Elite X3 at a lower price point or offer bundles/discounts with the dock or the laptop. I'd give this a try if the incentive was good enough! Does the mobile extender have a touch screen?
Very much looking forward to this device. And moreso, when we have a phone that will run a full version of Windows.
Jeff, 02 Mar 2016Just think it this way, if Lumia devices fail in the market and Microsoft incurs a big loss an... moreJust think it this way, Microsoft is just making devices like the nexus program of google, they bought Nokia but they never mind been the new Nokia (crazy i know), they show OEM how their products should be, they have been doing the same with the Surface line.
Microsoft can't compete with their own partners, partners that have been a lot of time before the postPC era like HP. They want their partners making the hardware so they can focus making the software, that's their business, software and services.
"if Lumia devices fail in the market and Microsoft incurs a big loss" they already have big money drains with Lumia (and not so long ago also with Surface). In any short or mid run Microsoft pretends to shut down its mobile OS, is to much important in their long run plans, UWP won't be complete without mobile market.
"...but if it is priced too low..." in NO way will be priced too low, it's enterprise focus, it won't be cheap, also, (and now i'm just guessing) it'll only be sell with 2 accessories (that's why there is the x3 thing in the name, use it as 3 devices instead of 1) that would bump up its price.
There are several posts in windows central explaining microsoft's plans in the long run for mobile (and their fail in the past explaining why they are in so bad position right now), your logic isn't that bad, but they are doing things different now, brand new things and we always scared about new unknowns things.
For the device, i just love it, i didn't like the L1520 because its size, but with all that power and features, the size really doesn't matter for me (i rather smaller phones, i didn't bought the L1520, i when for the Lumia Icon and i feel is to big also for me, i'll rather 4.2" - 4.7" devices).
It uses snapdragon 820.. So the windows installed is not your desktop OS... That means everything they say about it being a notebook/desktop is a big fat lie.. Don't be fooled
Today notebook are over, why to have notebook and Smartphone, when we can have both in one. And in this case you need bigger screen higher than 5' to work everywhere. So it's good positioning for future. For example Lenovo is making more money with Smartphone and tablet than traditional PC market.
AnonD-110632, 02 Mar 2016And how is that not great for consumers? I really don't see an argument here. If the price is ... moreJust think it this way, if Lumia devices fail in the market and Microsoft incurs a big loss and discontinue Lumia then be sure that there would be a big probability that they would also discontinue Windows Phone OS.
Who gonna roll up all Windows Phone updates after that?
This phone is no doubt good but if it is priced too low to take over both Lumia 950 and 950XL then it will essentially sabotage the flagships of Lumia range and guess what if Lumia fails then be sure Microsoft would very soon drop Windows Phone from its portfolio.