Jun 19, 2017 10:14 AM EDT
Microsoft is said to be working on the Surface Phone. Tech experts are expecting the tech company to roll out the Microsoft Surface Phone sometime this year. Nonetheless, reports are claiming that Intel is heavily involved with the Surface Phone and that the Microsoft and the semiconductor manufacturing company aimed to make a handset that will link a phone as well as a mobile productivity device.
Microsoft's General Manager for Surface products, Ryan Gavin, talked about the new Surface line-up, including the brand-new Surface Laptop, Surface Studio and the overhauled Surface Pro. Aside from that, Gavin has pitched in an intriguing tidbit about the much awaited Surface Phone, Express reported.
Considering the Surface Phone as a part of the Surface Brand, the device will not resemble the typical smartphone in the market. Gavin stated that the company has various patents that proved Microsoft will roll out a foldable tablets that will also work as a smartphone, Windows Latest reported.
Nonetheless, it has been said that the Redmond, Washington tech titan had green-lit the release of the Surface Phone. Reports are claiming that Intel is heavily involved with the upcoming Microsoft mobile device.
In terms of the Microsoft Surface Phone specs, the handset is expected to be available with some really awesome features. The Microsoft Surface Phone will arrive with Windows 10 alongside some feature from Carl Zeiss. The device will have a 20MP rear shooter.
Microsoft's upcoming Surface Phone might come along with a 5.5-inch AMOLED display. The mobile device will boast a 4GB of RAM and a 64GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 128GB through its microSD card. Tech enthusiasts and experts are expecting the Microsoft Surface Phone to pose as a tough rival to Google and Apple's flagship smartphones. It appears the Surface Phone will be among the best ones that Microsoft has to offer yet.
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