May 22, 2017 10:44 AM EDT
Microsoft Surface Phone News: Three Versions Of Microsoft Surface Phone To Target Business And Corporate Users [VIDEO]
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teases that the upcoming Surface Phone will change the perception of tech enthusiasts about the current line of handsets in the market. Although the tech giant remains tight-lipped about the highly anticipated Microsoft Surface Phone, but reports are claiming that Microsoft is building three versions of the smartphone aiming at business and corporate users.
The Redmond, Washington based tech titan is expected to roll out a new smartphone, dubbed as the Surface Phone. Microsoft CEO Nadella made it known that tech fans could see an amazing smartphone that may not look like handsets that are already out in the market.
Although Microsoft remains mum on the highly anticipated Surface Phone, but reports are claiming that the tech giant is building three versions of the Surface Phone to target business and corporate users. Tech fans and experts could expect that the Microsoft Surface Phone would be a strong competitor to the Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel and iPhone, Market Exclusive reported.
Meanwhile, the upcoming Surface Phone will likely stand to benefit Microsoft from a price break, which may have the same price like the tablets or phablets. Nonetheless, the upcoming Microsoft Surface Phone is expected to come along with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor and will be equipped with a 4 to 6GB of RAM.
The Microsoft Surface Phone may also run the Windows 10 Continuum mobile version to support Win32 apps. Microsoft's upcoming device is expected to boast a foldable feature. The Surface Phone could be a pocket sized PC that can keep an on the go person productive, Learn Bonds reported.
The specs of the Microsoft Surface Phone also include a 5.5-inch AMOLED display screen. The upcoming handset is expected to have a 21MP primary snapper and an 8MP front-facing shooter. Several reports are claiming that Microsoft's much awaited device could roll out during the holidays of 2017.
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