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Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 Release Date, Specs, News, Update: 2017 Surface Phone To Roll Out With Microsoft Surface Pen [VIDEO]


Despite the fact that Microsoft company has not yet announced anything regarding the Microsoft Surface Phone as of the moment, the upcoming Microsoft device is slated to be launched in 2017. It is expected that Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 will be packed with impressive features, and the potential specs continue to rack in is the Microsoft Surface Pen.

The Surface Pen, which is an active digital pen, offers Microsoft Surface Phone's interface options, as well as better user experience. The Surface Pen is speculated to be situated at the circular port located at the right side of the Surface Phone 2017. The Surface Pen is believed to be the same stylus on the Surface Pro 3, a feature that allowed users to write, draw and interact with the smartphone's display, Express reported.

Nevertheless, the Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 may come along with a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch display, a display that could spare some provisions for fingerprint detection. Also, rumored specs of the Surface Phone 2017 include a 20MP main camera with Carl Zeiss lens, a 3,000 mAh battery and the ARM chips.

The Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 is also said to roll out with a built-in QWERTY keyboard and a kickstand. Three variants of the Surface Phone 2017 have been dished as coming, all models are differentiated by RAM and storage. The Surface Phone 2017 is slated to boast a full desktop-grade Windows 10 installation capability.

Furthermore, it is possible that the 2017 Surface Phone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. As the chipset is the most common kind installed in the most recent smartphones, Microsoft may consider the chipset for its upcoming flagship device. Other than that, a deal has already been agreed between Microsoft and Qualcomm, according to PC World.

The expected Surface Phone release date is during the fall of 2017.

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