Microsoft quietly updated the required minimum specs for Continuum for phones, adding support for a new processor: the Qualcomm Snapdragon 617. We have recently seen devices running the Snapdragon 617 supporting Continuum for phones, so this isn’t really new. For those who don’t know, the NuAns Neo is a Windows 10 Mobile device with the Snapdragon 617, and it supports Continuum, too.
According to Microsoft, a phone with a display resolution of 720p needs to have at least 2GB of RAM to support Continuum for phones, and phones with 1080p displays need to have at least 3GB of RAM to support Continuum for phones.
Microsoft will probably add Continuum support for more processors in the near-future. So stay tuned to WMPU for news on Continuum for Phones and Windows 10 Mobile.