The following makes sense but is uninteresting:
1) it runs on ARM.
2) it won't be cheap.
Next, this also makes sense but is interesting:
3) it aims to re-engage OEMs with Microsoft's mobile play by creating a new device category similar to what the original Surface accomplished with 2-in-1's.
Finally, this makes no sense but is helluva interesting:
4) Alex Kipman is working on the display. That is HoloLens' inventor. Also the guy who recently claimed the phone is dead.
The last point does however make a lot of sense when you pair it with 3). This device will be less Surface Phone, more HoloLens Mobile. I still have concerns that however interesting the hardware may end up being, software may make it DOA. I would hold off until Windows is Fluent, Store has serious traction, and Edge is as good as Chrome.
--Saturday, July 8 - 11:08 am