Microsoft Surface 'Phone': Is It Actually A Phone? Rumors On Specs, Release Date & Updates Detailed!By Ernest Aguila
Tech-savvy consumers are always keen for the next big thing in the market. Whether they be computers, tablets or phones, news of the latest technology have always captured the attention of its consumers. As such, sources took note of all the rumors surrounding the highly-intriguing Microsoft Surface Phone. Moreover, the question has been asked as to whether or not people should consider this device as a "phone."
It was recently reported that the multinational technology company, Microsoft, has no intention of getting itself involved in the mobile hardware industry anytime soon, Windows Central has learned. However, that doesn't mean that the Washington-based company doesn't have anything up its sleeve.
It was stated by the source that when the right moment comes in the mobile industry, Microsoft will be ready to get its feet wet again. As such, it was also reported that Panos Panay and his team are developing an iteration of a Surface "Phone," which was said to be a smaller Microsoft Surface running on a Windows 10 Mobile.
As the evolution of technology rapidly grows, from phones to mobile phones and unto "smartphones," the source is of the opinion that people shouldn't actually expect another "phone" from Microsoft. Instead, it was suggested that people should expect something innovative from the company, which is akin to what the Surface Pro did with tablets.
So the question of whether people should be expecting a Microsoft Surface "Phone" in 2017 comes into play. As such, the same publication ponders on the idea of whether Microsoft's next innovative device should be considered as a "phone."
Regardless, there are a lot of rumors circulating around the web about the specs and release date of the supposed Microsoft Surface Phone. It was suggested that the phone will have a capacity storage of 64GB up to 128GB, Oigel noted. Moreover, it was rumored that the phone will be sporting a 20 Megapixel camera and 4 to 6 GB of RAM.
Whether the rumors are true or not, fans can only expect great things once Microsoft has finally announced their latest technology.