This is actually a pretty neat idea. Here's a thing I actually like about the S8. lol
Marvin, 29 Mar 2017True, you can fit it in a much smaller location using a compute stick that costs 100$ and has ... moreYour comparing apples to oranges here. One is designed to be a portable windows computer the other is designed to allow you to use your andriod phone on a big screen monitor. also the compute sticks that are only 100 bucks suck. They only have 2gb of memory and are slow AF.
Anonymous, 29 Mar 2017TB86 I dont think its suppose to be compared to a desktop computer. xD I cant fit a desktop in... moreTrue, you can fit it in a much smaller location using a compute stick that costs 100$ and has a full featured Win10 and supports all/any desktop app. It's cheaper,smaller and more feature packed so it can't be a Samsung
TB86 I dont think its suppose to be compared to a desktop computer. xD I cant fit a desktop in my front pocket.
DonAlduck, 29 Mar 2017I think the big question here is, how well does it support the Google Play store and the milli... moreI think they will. All the apps are going to work in multi-windowing, even without the proper APIs. The device is just going to lie about the device's resolution and PPI.
This i great, but a unified desktop dock for all Android devices would be even better!
Still prefer Continuum over this quarter-bakes solution.
But it's nice seeing Android manufacturers trying to catch up to Microsoft (Windows).
I think the big question here is, how well does it support the Google Play store and the millions of applications that are stored on phone? Are they fully supported just like in Chrome OS?
If MS contributed then I can bet a much better continuum or even support for x86 apps on the next big windows phone with no issues
Will be expensive and nowhere near a desktop`s performance.Maybe the next try.