i-Mate may be working on a Windows 8 phone (yes, you read that right)
0. phoneArena posted on 26 Feb 2013, 09:21
Windows Phone 8 has the “shared core” that Microsoft has been eager to hype up, but it looks like one company might have been inspired by the Ubuntu convergence idea, and doesn’t want to bother waiting for the real convergence of Windows Phone and Windows 8. A new rumor is saying that i-Mate may be working on a Windows 8 phone, called the Intelegent,,,
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3. Reluctant_Human posted on 26 Feb 2013, 09:24 0 0
This is actually a very nice all in one solution for business people. Would be very convenient to use in the office and take home.
4. FireDragon posted on 26 Feb 2013, 09:25 0 0
Yes! i-Mate, yes, bring it on. I am so glad to hear the return of i-Mate, make it count and please do not fall for these alike designs, do your own thing from golden days. I know those days the hardware wasn't powerful to utilize WindowsMobile to its full worth but you did what you guys could under the available resources. Today is the time to return and claim it all back, and with Windows 8 full version, YES.
8. zippolite28 posted on 26 Feb 2013, 10:48 0 0
people want apps bro .. let they have it ... or leave it ... if they want windows phone 8 ..... just want to see how many thumbs up nd doen ... :P
9. rusticguy posted on 26 Feb 2013, 11:40 1 0
my i-mate jam is still working .... this was made by htc phone :)
they made one military grade windows phone before they shut down.
12. bachir8k posted on 26 Feb 2013, 13:33 1 0
In my office I use ip-cisco video phone, Lenovo windows 7 laptop, Android Lenovo tablet, my personal phone the SIII and at home HP proBook laptop; imagine the pain that i am facing to keep all my devices synchronized: Cisco Jabber and IM Jabber, Google accounts and Exchange server for contacts+emails+tasks+calendar, Chrome for bookmarks and browsing history, Google drive for shared files, "FT P" for large files, VPN access, remote desktop, etc...
Imagine if we can switch all the mentioned devices with one super powerful smartphone that run an OS that support both apps and software (windows 8 or Ubuntu), and the rests are docks (big phone, tablet, big screen with USBs for keyboards, mice, printers, etc...) and all your data, personal, contacts, emails, calendar, browsing information will be on that super smartphone.
I really like this rumor and hope someone adopt it and i think Asus is the most potential company to do that as they already started with the tablet dock.
13. downphoenix posted on 26 Feb 2013, 13:43 0 1
"A new rumor is saying that i-Mate may be working on a Windows 8 phone, called the Intelegent (which seems to be a mashup of “intellegent” and “elegant”)."
More like Intellegent with an l removed, because the first 5 letters spell "intel" which is commonly associated with making processors for Windows and Mac based PCs. And its spelled intelligent btw.