Microsoft's ideas about the future of smartphones are intriguing, and they might even have legs. After all, who among us hasn't idly dreamed of toting around one device that works elegantly in multiple contexts? In order for Microsoft to deliver that vision, it has to (among other things) deliver a phone people will actually want, and the Lumia 950 just doesn't feel like it. This isn't a flagship phone. This is a first step.
I have no doubt that Microsoft will iron out the bugs in Windows 10 Mobile; what choice does it have? As it stands, when Continuum works, it's kind of amazing. And there's no denying the Lumia 950 has a strong camera, not to mention robust underlying hardware. Still, though, I'd be shocked if the Lumia 950 managed to find an audience beyond die-hard Windows fans who have been hanging on to their 920s and 1520s. If that hit a little close to home and you're dying for a new phone, you're still probably better off getting a Lumia 950 XL. The rest of you have two other options: Find a home on a different platform, or wait to see what a few extra months of progress does to a platform with so much unrealized promise.
After years of misguided attempts at mobile, Microsoft is ready for a fresh start. While Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 mostly just looked like their desktop counterparts, Windows 10 Mobile aspires to something even more substantial. This time, Microsoft tried to build a mobile platform -- and a phone -- that can seriously replicate some of those big-screen experiences. Rather than just peck out emails and rough drafts on the new Lumia 950, Windows 10 makes it possible to connect a keyboard, mouse and display and let Universal apps like Word and Outlook to get more done.
A new VAIO-developed smartphone has just shown up at the Bluetooth certification authority, running Windows 10 Mobile. And according to its model numbers it looks like it might be a completely new phone, not just a US version of the Phone Biz. This latest handset goes under the model name VPU051C11N, compared to the Phone Biz which is listed as VPB0511S.
Windows 10 Mobile review | Windows 10 Mobile is finally out in the wild, and we've taken a look to see whether it lives up to the hype. Windows 10 Mobile is finally out in the wild, and we've taken a look to see whether it lives up to the hype.
The mysterious Windows 10 Mobile device that made waves earlier this month is a real device that is assumed to make its debut at Mobile World Congress in 2016.
"HP Falcon" is actually made by Hewlett-Packard and will be a business-oriented device. The Falcon would be the first smartphone to run Windows 10 Mobile that doesn't carry the Lumia branding and is said to be unveiled at the 2016 Mobile World Congress event. If you're unfamiliar with this emerging device, below is the spec listing that passed through GFXbench.
AdDuplex's latest stats show another big monthly increase in Windows 10 Mobile usage, and also reveal which is more popular between Microsoft's new Lumia 950 and 950 XL flagships in various markets.
The latest tracking stats for Windows Phone have been released by advertising network AdDuplex, which monitors usage across its network to create a detailed monthly breakdown of Microsoft's mobile ecosystem. The reports capture a snapshot of worldwide usage across one 24-hour period - in this case, December 15, 2015.
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