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Surface Phone: Microsoft Continue Surface Line-Up

Surface Phone: Microsoft Continue Surface Line-Up
Surface Phone: Microsoft Continue Surface Line-Up

Surface Phone: Microsoft Continue Surface Line-Up

With Snapdragon 830, 2k display and 20 MP rear camera to feature the coming Surface phone, it’s obvious Microsoft bets on productivity. Snapdragon 830 is rumored to be the Qualcomm next generation processor with 10 nm manufacturing process, a quad core Kryo CPU, clocked at 2.2GHz and LDDDR4X RAM.

According to the leak from China, the new processor will be able to support 8 GB of RAM – an unheard of capacity for cell phones.

No wonder, another leak from Baidu Chinese message board pictures Surface Phone propped in landscape orientation against a kickstand cover similar to that for Surface tablets. This may hint at unrivalled productivity of the much awaited portable, pitching it somewhere between Surface Pro 2-in-1 tablet and Surface Book.

The rumored screen diagonal size – 5.7 –also places the phone with phablets rather than phones. But with 2k resolution it’s unwise to make a smaller screen.

It’s unknown still, if it will be possible to plug the Surface Phone to a large display via Windows Dock Station as the HP X3 Elite cell phone, thus turning it into a desktop system, but it might inherit the connectivity from its Windows Surface ‘brothers’.

The release date also remains unknown. If Microsoft meets the expectations about this phone, it will be a serious pitch for Apple’s top place in the market.

Additional Information about Microsoft Surface Phone (Updated Info)

The Microsoft Surface Phone is long-awaited, and may be desperately needed by many Microsoft adepts. Here’s what we know about the Microsoft Surface Phone release date, specs, features, price and more, according to the news and info which were published in March 2017:

Microsoft didn’t make any announcements regarding a Surface Phone at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress 2017 tradeshow in February of this year, so we, the people of the planet Earth, are still in the dark about the device.

However the electronic giant has had very limited success with mobile, struggling to acquire any meaningful amount of market share. With titans like Apple and Google currently dominating the smartphones’ industry, Microsoft is under immense pressure to crack mobile successfully.

Unfortunately, the Surface Phone will probably be the last roll of the dice for Microsoft. Despite the company making much of Windows 10 Mobile, the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL weren’t able to carry Microsoft to mobile glory. Now, Microsoft needs to launch a perfect phone that can convert already invested iOS and Android users to Windows.

As Trusted Reviews com website states (and we quote): Surface team has done a great job of disrupting the computing industry in recent years, with the Surface Pro, Surface Book and Surface Studio devices all proving to be a thorn in the backside of Apple. Can the Surface Phone do the same for mobile? Read on to find out what we know so far (see TrustedReviews New Website).

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