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What I Learned After Testing the Most Powerful Windows Phone for One Month

#WindowsPhone #EliteX3What I Learned After Testing the Most Powerful Windows Phone for One Month : In the end, the Elite X3 proved to be one of the few Windows phones that got to see daylight this year, and rumors claim that Microsoft itself is now planning to kill some devices with the official retirement of the Lumia lineup.

We recently reviewed the HP Elite X3, and our verdict was as simple as it could be: this is the best Windows phone to date, and not even a Lumia can match its performance. It’s kind of ironic that the number one Windows phone is not manufactured by Microsoft, but Redmond itself said on several occasions that it plans to work with partners on building “great devices.”

But despite the HP Elite X3 being a hardware monster, the software side of the device is simply dragging it down, and I’m saying this as a big fan of Windows phones. It’s nearly impossible to come from Android or iOS and be happy with Windows phones (although I’ve personally seen people doing this, but you can count them on the fingers of one hand), and there are three main reasons for this.

Spoiler alert: Windows phone fans aren’t going to like this, but as always, head to the comment section if you think I’m wrong. I’m preparing my argument bag as we speak, so let’s have a conversation.

Buggy operating system

Windows 10 Mobile has improved a lot since the first preview builds were released a long time ago, but after using it for so long on the Lumia 950 XL and then on the HP Elite X3, it’s more than obvious that it still has a long way to go before it becomes a strong rival to Android and iOS.

Bugs are still there, and it goes without saying that these easily ruin the experience with a powerful phone like the HP Elite X3. The “Resuming” bug is still there, and so are crashes that occur every once in a while when using various apps.