Jun 12, 2017 06:54 AM EDT
Microsoft Surface Phone With Built-In Projector; Surface Pen Support Unveiled Soon [VIDEO]
Microsoft recently announced the Surface Pen to be already available for pre-order. As the tech giant revealed an upgraded version of the pen, leaks point out that the highly anticipated Microsoft Surface Phone that is equipped with the Surface Pen will be unveiled soon as well. Microsoft's upcoming Surface Phone has the capacity to function as a projector.
Recently, a new leak about Microsoft's Surface Phone has mounted up on the internet and suggests that the handset will be packed with a Surface Pen and can function as a projector. The Microsoft Surface Phone was also identified to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform and the device will increase user productivity, Learn Bonds reported.
The Microsoft Surface Phone is said to have a Continuum feature, which can let its users to transport work from the upcoming Microsoft device to a monitor for a full-fledged PC experience. Users can connect the Surface Phone to a keyboard and a monitor, use the mobile device as a trackpad to get busy.
Aside from that, the Microsoft Surface Phone is reportedly being developed in two versions, the Surface Slavonia and Surface Peking. Nonetheless, all of the Surface Phone's leaks seem like exciting stuff, and connects to the comments of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about the tech company's re-entry into the smartphone industry, Hot Hardware reported.
Nevertheless, the price range of the Microsoft Surface Phone could be close to the price of other high-end android smartphones, such as Apple's iPhone 7. Microsoft wants to ideally target the business class audience, so the Surface Phone could be close to the lines of Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Furthermore, the expected specs of the Microsoft Surface Phone include a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen as well as a 4GB of RAM. The upcoming mobile device might come along with a 21MP rear shooter and an 8MP front-facing snapper.
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