Jun 01, 2017 10:34 AM EDT
Microsoft's highly anticipated Surface Phone is said to ship during the 2017 Holiday season. The Microsoft Surface Phone will be entirely compatible with the Windows 10 ecosystem. Microsoft's upcoming device rolls out with a number of PC programs.
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella recently confirmed that the tech company is indeed working on a Windows 10 Smartphone. The Microsoft Surface Phone is said to launch three different models, Blasting News reported.
Aside from that, tech experts believe that the Microsoft Surface Phone would be a strong contender to Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel and Apple's iPhone 8. Wherein, Microsoft's upcoming Surface Phone will likely replace a pep';rson's PC, as the flagship Windows 10 Mobile device is reportedly designed to target the business and corporate users.
Microsoft Surface Phone is said to come with both a smartphone and a PC. Reports are also claiming that the Microsoft Surface Phone could be equipped with a number of PC programs.
Nonetheless, Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 Smartphone is believed to arrive with a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, an 8MP front snapper, a 21MP rear-view shooter and a 4GB of RAM. With anticipations pointing to a Holiday release, the Microsoft Surface Phone may arrive with the Xbox Project Scorpio gaming console on the same day, Smart Stock News reported.
The Microsoft Surface Phone will boast Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset. Given the advanced 10-nanometer design of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, the next-gen chip will be able to support the phenomenal performance of the Microsoft Surface Phone. In addition, Microsoft's much awaited Surface Phone is said to come with a keyboard and a stylish pen to make its users become more productive.
Furthermore, the Microsoft Surface Phone is expected to have a unique fingerprint, including a Type-C USB port at the bottom. The low-end variant of the Microsoft Surface Phone is believed to cost $700, while the high-end model will have a $1,100 price tag.
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