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    Pieces seem to be coming together for Microsoft's inking-focused folding mobile device.
    As I've stressed as far back as 2015, this device will not be a phone but will have telephony capabilities. It will run Windows Core OS, a modular version of Windows that can be tailored to device types but isn't compromised in power like Windows 10 Mobile.
    Will Windows phone fans finally get the device of their dreams?

    We've stressed that this device will not compete with smartphones (though many consistently miss this point). It will also be enterprise focused. Consequently, it won't be marketed to or positioned to appeal to consumers. Though you'll likely be able to get one.

    Before launching this device I believe Microsoft would prime its target audience and the industry for the computing scenarios in which it would fit. In fact, if you listen closely to how Microsoft's positioning Surface, Windows Ink, and Whiteboard it seems that's exactly what it's doing.

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    12-27-2017 11:40 AM

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