The rumors have been going around since the leak of specifications and the name of HP’s first ever Windows 10 based smartphone. The name of this unannounced device is rumored to be “HP Falcon”.
Earlier this month the website by the name of “GFXBench” tipped the specifications and the name of HP Falcon in its benchmark listing.
According to a report by Bidness Etc, Hewlett – Packard (HP) is rumored to be looking to surprise everyone by unveiling its first ever Windows 10 based smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2016 which is set to take place in Barcelona, Spain which will go on from 22nd February up to 25th February.
The HP Falcon is rumored to feature a screen which will be 5.8 inched QHD display. The processor on which the latest flagship of smartphone by HP is tipped to run on is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and an Adreno 530 GPU. The first ever smartphone based on Windows 10 by HP will come with at least 2 GB of RAM.
HP’s latest rumored smartphone might have 64 GB of internal storage capacity. HP Falcon will come out with a powerful 20 MP rear camera and a solid 12 MP front camera for selfies.
According to these specifications, HP Falcon will leave the recently launched Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL by Microsoft itself well behind in the market. HP Falcon has many better features comparing to the recently launched smartphones by Microsoft.
The Windows fans will have a real treat if the rumors are anything to go by. The better features of HP Falcon will force Microsoft’s hand to release their much awaited and much rumored Surface phones.
When Microsoft took over from Nokia there was much speculation that Microsoft would end the Lumia franchise and start their own flagships of smartphones going by the name of “Surface Phones” but at the time Microsoft denied any truth in those rumors and continued with the Lumia phones.
In November, HP posted its earnings for the quarter ended October 31st. yet another drop in sales was seen in the reports.
Will Hewlett – Packard (HP) be able to turn its fortunes around with its rumored first Windows 10 based smartphone surprise? Or will their woes continue despite the better features of the latest smartphone? Comment below and let us know.