HP keeps trying to break into phones so it can keep pace with people's changing interests. Though PCs were once the main way people satisfied their computing needs, folks are now increasingly spending more time on mobile devices.
The company also built five pins on the back of the phone, which businesses can use to connect specialized accessories to the device. These add-ons could potentially allow retailers to take payments using the phones or let airline workers scan bags or service parts.
The device caters to business customers by offering added security features including iris recognition; an 8 megapixel front-facing camera for Skype calls; and storage slots that can hold up to 2 terabytes of memory.