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New Continuum for Phones official video leaks

device_family_continuum_phone_Non-CortanaMarketWhile we have seen Continuum for Phones demo on Windows 10 earlier and now a new leaked official(?) video ad again demos Continuum for Phones. As you can see in the video not only Continuum for Phone allows one to enjoy full desktop experience using one’s Windows 10 Mobile device it also allows one to continue using one’s phone while also using Continuum on external display simultaneously.

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  • stavrosd2006

    excellent job done by Microsoft, very helpful addition to those who travel a lot I must say.
    One question, it will work with projectors right?

    • Kamal

      It should ideally work with projectors, only condition would be the HDMI support.

    • Eder

      You have two options here to connect your phone on a projector:

      1) If it supports miracast you could conect to it wirelessly;
      2) Or buy a “Microsoft Display Dock” (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/mobile/accessory/hd-500/) witch allow you to connect it to a projector using a Display Port or HDMI

      • Kamal

        What you wrote is valid for all the external displays. But projectors with Display Port are still rare in Board Rooms, so HDMI support wud be the key. Though here is what the official statement tells us,

        To use the accessory, you need a Windows 10 Microsoft Lumia phone with Continuum and a USB-C™ connector supporting DisplayPort video output. You also need a display with a DisplayPort or HDMI connector or a compatible adapter. The accessory supports USB 2.0 compatible mice, keyboards, and mass storage devices (depending on the phone operating system).

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