Microsoft really wants people to treat their mid-range phone as how they will treat their very own computer. With their recent launch of the updated Windows 10 Mobile Continuum feature, it enables users to hook up a keyboard, mouse and even a monitor to their mobile phone.
It’s worth noting that the operating system’s interface would be very much similar to that of the PC’s version, so you’ll be able to navigate your way around easily. The company would be expanding the support for the Windows 10 Mobile Continuum feature to include a third processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 617, one that’s typically found on mid-range devices.
And though this news had just recently been released this week, the Snapdragon 617-powered NuAns Neo was a little ahead of the game when it launched in Japan in January. That’s because it was launched with the Continuum feature that still wasn’t officially supported at the time, not like when it is now.
Also, just because a device has a compatible processor, that doesn’t mean it would work right away. Microsoft’s still in the lookout for devices to have at least 16GB internal storage, 2GB RAM and a display resolution of at least 1280 x 720, to be able to have its update fully supported with.