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Looks great. Impressive. 



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So does this mean Windows phone isn`t dead?



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LurkerJ said:

https://youtu.be/A_GlGglbu1U&showsearch=0&rel=0&fs=1&autoplay=0&ap=%2526fmt%3D18" type="application/x-shockwave-flash">

this broken link though



Ka-pi96 said:
So does this mean Windows phone isn`t dead?

I doubt you can run Windows 10 on a Qualcomm processor and work on photoshop without fans cooling the device. We don't know what kind of power the Qualcomm processor in this demonstration has either. Fingers crossed for future announcements.

MS must have a viable OS running on ARM processors and that OS can't be Windows Mobile because it crashed and burned. So I think this is their next attempt? 

I watched the video again on a bigger screen. It's SD 820.



Squeezol said:
LurkerJ said:

 

this broken link though

Is it still broken? 



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It's already available in Xiaomis tablet.



daredevil.shark said:
It's already available in Xiaomis tablet.

The Mi Pad 2 uses an Intel Atom Processor.



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LurkerJ said:
Ka-pi96 said:
So does this mean Windows phone isn`t dead?

I doubt you can run Windows 10 on a Qualcomm processor and work on photoshop without fans cooling the device. We don't know what kind of power the Qualcomm processor in this demonstration has either. Fingers crossed for future announcements.

MS must have a viable OS running on ARM processors and that OS can't be Windows Mobile because it crashed and burned. So I think this is their next attempt? 

Or they are simply making Windows 10 compatible with ARM. Wouldn't be the first hardware agnostic OS.



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Bear in mind that all applications still need to be ported to ARM to actually run.