Mobile World Congress has always been one of the biggest platforms for the smartphone manufacturers to unveil their wares. In fact, Samsung has been making it a point to launch their flagships every year at MWC. Along with all the high profile launches most of the companies have also introduced smartphones in Windows flavor.
Here is what Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President, Windows and Devices Group,
“With new phones, 2-in-1s, and notebooks, we’re delighted to see the ecosystem continuing to embrace Windows 10. Our commitment to reinvent device categories remains strong through features like Continuum, Cortana and Windows Hello. Our partners are embracing these technologies in innovative ways, delivering the most productive and secure experiences across a wide variety of devices.”
Below are some of the Windows 10 devices in MWC,
1. HP Elite x3– With a docking station and Continuum support the Elite x3 takes the Windows ecosystem to the next level. Adding to that the Elite x3 also heralds with the Windows Hello biometrics which would unlock the device with enterprise-grade security.
2. VAIO Phone Biz-VAIO’s latest Windows 10 phone aims at bringing international network support without actually opting for a SIM card. This would make the Biz an ideal device especially for those who are always on the move. The icing on the cake is that even the Biz comes with a dedicated Continuum support.
3. ALCATEL Plus 10– Alcatels new hybrid offers a 4G LTE keyboard which can also double up as a Wi-Fi Hotspot for up to 15 devices. The 10-inch device sports front and rear facing cameras and comes with the usual bevy of connectivity ports.
4. Lumia 650- The 650 holds the title for the thinnest phones from Microsoft and it comes clad in a premium design. The Lumia 650 will come baked with most of the Windows applications including the Microsoft Office apps and also built in security and encryption for data safeguarding.
5. Huawei Matebook- Huawei Matebook is the company’s latest attempt in readying a hybrid laptop which have been kind of most sought after, thanks to the Microsoft Surface Book and the iPad Pro. MateBook not only uses Windows Hello to unlock the device but it also comes with a MatePen Stylus and a fingerprint reader.
6. Getac RX10- The options are limited if you are on a lookout for a rugged Windows 10 Laptop and the search will become more painful especially if you are on a lookout for a tablet aimed at serving the healthcare industry. The Getac RX 10 is glove sensitive and it comes with hot swappable battery design that will allow users to change batteries without shutting down the machine.
7. Alcatel Fierce XL: This new device from Alcatel comes with all the Windows application and proves to be a great value for money.
8. Trinity Nuans NEO- The Nuans NEO is one of the lesser known device that comes with an interchangeable two tone backplates and on the imaging front it sports a 13-Megapixel primary sensor and a 5-Megapixel secondary camera.
The list of devices doesn’t just stop here and you can visit this link for more Windows 10 Powered devices released in the MWC.