May 17, 2017 06:40 AM EDT
Microsoft Unveils Surface Phone, Xbox Project Scorpio In Holiday 2017; Surface Phone To Be Called Surface Mini or Surface P [VIDEO]
The highly anticipated Microsoft Surface Phone is said to see the light of day soon and that the tech company has a grand vision. Tech fans and experts believe that Microsoft will roll out the Surface Phone with the Xbox Project Scorpio console in Holiday 2017. Nonetheless, the tech giant remains tight-lipped about the purported mobile device.
The Redmond, Washington based tech giant is said to launch the Microsoft Surface Phone that is different from an ordinary smartphone. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stated that the tech company is looking at different forms of the smartphones. Nonetheless, it has been said that Microsoft will announce the Surface Phone with the Xbox Project Scorpio in Holiday 2017, Market Exclusive reported.
Tech experts are anticipating that the Microsoft Surface Phone would target business and corporate users and could replace their personal computer. The Microsoft Surface Phone is likely to be a strong competitor for the Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel and Apple's iPhone 8.
While news about the Microsoft Surface Phone have mounted up on the internet for more than a year already, the statement of Microsoft CEO Nadella has now ignited anticipations that Microsoft's upcoming smartphone may not really have the Surface Phone moniker. As Nadella has repeatedly hinted that the upcoming device will not look like the conventional handset in the market, it is suspected that the handset will be called as the Surface Mini or Surface P, Forbes reported.
In spite of that, tech fans are expecting the Microsoft Surface Phone to have a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen and a 4GB of RAM. The Microsoft Surface Phone will feature a 21MP rear-view snapper and an 8MP front-facing shooter.
Also, the much awaited Microsoft Surface Phone is said to function like a laptop with Win32 support. The tech company is said to roll out an ultimate mobile device that would totally shake up the smartphone industry.
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