AnonD-581073, 27 Sep 2016Please, don't assume things about me.
And if you would know anything about how business netwo... moreLOLZ at application virtualization... it's one of the performance enemies out there when running businesses.
You should know better than that.
Ritzie, 24 Sep 2016I don't think you have an idea of running a business...
If we're going to compare costs again... morePlease, don't assume things about me.
And if you would know anything about how business networks operate, or at least you bothered to read my comment correctly, you would understand that this device uses application virtualization to execute full desktop applications, by connecting remotely to a server. I could tell you about the benefits of this software, but I guess you know how to run a business, right? Better than HP, and the enterprises whose needs are being catered by this device.
AnonD-581073, 24 Sep 2016Because with this you don't need to buy both, the phone is enough. But, the real cost cuts are... moreI don't think you have an idea of running a business...
If we're going to compare costs against functionality, a mobile OS still cannot replace a fully functioning desktop OS which businesses need.
help me i have the same problem my lumia 1520 when i updated my phone i got camera problem pls fix it
I am a future windows 10 UWP developer and have a high hope for this OS.
you kinda right when it was announced the specs were sky high - 4 gig ram 820 4100mah batt by the time of release those specs are kind of normal or you can say early 2016ish
Ritzie, 23 Sep 2016But which clients are they catering it for?
I'm coming from a Business and Project Manageme... moreYou are comparing a phone to a laptop at an item level.
In projects, the itemized costs are usually masked by the overall cost of the project itself. HP will not be offering specific items, but a solution where the phone will be just part of it.
Besides, choices for enterprise focused phones are quite limited. For ease of setup and deployment, it's either iPhone or Windows Phones. Many companies don't like Android, unless it's BYOD.
I will wait till Dec or Jan to buy it. Hope at that time everything will be fixed already.
Ritzie, 23 Sep 2016But which clients are they catering it for? I'm coming from a Business and Project Manageme... moreBecause with this you don't need to buy both, the phone is enough. But, the real cost cuts are in the infrastructure. The phones are meant to work as clients, with a server to do the heavy lifting.
oyinboyewo, 24 Sep 2016Its the same question I keep asking all these apple freaks. Why pay so much for something so l... moreAnd this is the reason why most businesses globally are still running on Windows and NOT iOS
Yeah you are right bro Microsoft big name they will fix this issue. Desktop and Laptop os having problem but they fix already.
Ritzie, 23 Sep 2016But which clients are they catering it for? I'm coming from a Business and Project Manageme... moreIts the same question I keep asking all these apple freaks. Why pay so much for something so locked down?
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2016Now its time for Microsoft to shut down their business. They are not properly developing the s... moreEvery other comments in Gsmarena everytime a company failed to deliver to their expectation, "This company should shut down" or "This company can die already" or "No one will buy it". These comments never change since the early 2000's.
Suz, 23 Sep 2016I still belive in Microsoft, it takes a little more time but it will be something exceptional.Windows phone 10 is a ultimate fail. And I'm saying this as a current Lumia 950 xl owner - never again.
I still belive in Microsoft, it takes a little more time but it will be something exceptional.
AnonD-428442, 23 Sep 2016It's not intended for end consumers. This device is intended to be packaged as part of enterpr... moreBut which clients are they catering it for?
I'm coming from a Business and Project Management perspective...
Why pay for something expensive when you can have an equivalent, fully working laptop or desktop with FULL Desktop version of the OS to do work and have a separate phone or VOIP to multitask with calls?
PLAYER SLAYER, 23 Sep 2016It doesn't matter when they'll start selling it, no one's gonna buy it anyways.I will. Been waiting for it. In the mean time, I'll use my HTC 10 :)
XXX13, 23 Sep 2016This is an overpriced junk.everything is nowadays...
This device was announced in February ... now their latest say it will be available in October ... i.e. 8 months between device announcement and its eventual release (pending any further delay ! ). Contrast this with the 7 days the iPhone needs to get released after being announced.