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Microsoft Surface Phone May Launch Soon As Microsoft Quietly Updates Latest Developer Build For Windows 10 Mobile Device [VIDEO]


As smartphone enthusiasts are waiting for the new Android and iOS devices, which are expected in the third quarter of 2017, Microsoft has updated the latest Windows 10 mobile device's developer build. This could indicate that the Microsoft Surface Phone might roll out soon.

Windows Insider program members who have access to early builds of the tech giant's operating systems have noted that the next Windows 10 mobile build is available on the program's Fast ring. This update shows that Windows 10 on mobile is not dead, which could indicate the imminent release of the Surface Phone. Although the update may not be showing up in the market share numbers, but the Redmond, Washington based tech giant is not abandoning those customers, Forbes reported.

Meanwhile, there is no denying that Microsoft's Surface Phone is one of the most talked about devices. Nonetheless, the tech giant has yet to confirm the mobile device. In spite of that, tech experts are now suspecting that there may not be a Surface Phone, the tech company may be rolling out a Surface Note instead.

A new user concept of the mobile device has recently mounted up on the internet, showcasing how the Surface Note would look like. The Surface Note is said to be a foldable tablet with a hinged design that resembles the earlier patent applied by the tech giant. The concept also shows that the device will have a bezel-less screen along with an adaptive shell to be made by the new CShell of Microsoft. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, already claim that the company will feature mobile devices that look nothing like the handsets of today, Neowin reported.

Whether the upcoming Surface Phone and the Surface Note are the same or not, tech enthusiasts are patiently waiting for the device. Gadget fans are also hoping that the tech titan will roll out the device soon.

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