Initially, the Continuum feature was reserved only for the flagship models of Microsoft smartphones, namely the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL. The manufacturer, however, decided that limiting it to only two devices was a bad idea, so he announced he would support not only his own flagship models, but also other devices on the platform, including those from other companies.
Continuum is one of Microsoft’s new innovations for the Windows 10 Mobile platform, which significantly expands the functionality of smartphones with this system, turning them into standard PCs. This option allows you to connect your mobile device to a large screen, and then connect the keyboard and mouse to the device, thus acquiring the functionality of a standard PC.
Initially, the Redmond company had reserved Continuum for its flagship smartphones, namely the Lumia 950 and 950XL, but it was considered not a good idea and it was decided to expand the number of devices supported by that option. Microsoft representatives have confirmed that Continuum will support various smartphone models, including those from other companies like Acer’s Jade Primo.