Pick any Win32 app you’d like—Photoshop, AutoCAD, even Chrome—and HP’s new Workspace feature will allow it to be run via your phone. Combine that with stellar battery life, truly useful utilities, and an (almost) elite set of hardware specs, and you indeed have a PC in your pocket. PCWORLD

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FINGERPRINT READER: no need for password or pin / pattern unlocking

WINDOWS VERSION:  Windows 101

PROCESSOR: SNAPDRAGON 821

RAM: 4 GB

SD CARD MEMORY CAPACITY: up to 2 TB

INTERNAL STORAGE: 64 GB

DISPLAY: 5.96-inch diagonal WQHD (2560 x 1440) AMOLED multitouch display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and anti-reflective coating

USB / CHARGING PORT: USB TYPE-C

BATTERY POWER: 33 hrs talk time, 14 hrs web browsing, 13 hours video watching

4K VIDEO

BATTERY: Non-removable 3.85V battery pack; 4150 mAh Li-ion polymer

THE INTERNET REACTS

I’ll switch to windows phone if you have made the windows store great again!! 😂
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Lapdock. I don’t like the sound of that word.
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The phone has a huge battery, will it explode like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 ????????
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Until there is apps it’s a pointless OS. And I love Windows!! No 1 will leave Android and IOS to go here, We have a social Media Life now and Microsoft can’t provide that for the general user.
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Ronald Joseph I like gadgets just like the next guy but come on…..IT”S JUST A PHONE….Phones can be stolen, lost, used to detonate bombs you name it….IT’S JUST A PHONE…
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Zeke Martinez Seems like a waste of time and money. For 700-800 you might as well build a desktop that is perfect for what you want it for.
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Javier Chacón After 11 months, die, like all HP’s devices. Thanks but NO thanks… ..
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Joe Erickson And the phone will cost you about as much as a medium end desktop and will run worse. I could make a decent gaming desktop for 700 dollars.
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David Stikeleather Now if it ran Windows 7 instead of Win 10, I think you would have a winner.
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