In the video, Carphone Warehouse shows off some of the Passports outside-the-box features such as the new touch-sensitive physical keyboard that essentially doubles as a giant trackball that will let you scroll up and down on pages just by running your fingers over itskeys. Carphone Warehouse also praises the Passports wide square display, which it points out is terrific for everyone who loves reading and editing spreadsheets on their smartphones. In other words, it looks like the Passport will be a tool, not a toy , that can be used for real work. The video also shows off the new BlackBerry Assistant feature , which for the first time gives BlackBerry users the same kind of voice-enabled personal Situs Hp Android assistant thats long been enjoyed by iPhone fans with Siri and by Android fans with Google Now.
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If the One M8's transition to Microsoft's platform is successful then the company is willing to expand its other devices to Windows too. My source inside HTC's marketing team in the UK said that the company is increasing its presence in the smartphone market throughout 2014. That includes delivering more smartphones on the Android platform, and also expanding to Windows Phone. It was a tactic originally explored with the HTC One M7, but HTC waited for its flagship to gain market traction and for demand to build over a possible move to Windows. Just to be clear, the Taiwanese company is not abandoning Android in favour of Windows Phone, but will instead produce handsets for both platforms. It is not clear which smartphones would follow the One M8 to Microsoft?s OS, but we presume the variations such as the One Mini 2 would be high on the list, as would more affordable options like the Desire 816.
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