Microsoft Surface Phone launch rumors gather momentum: what you should expect, update
Washington: Much rumored Microsoft Surface Phone may be still months away. Nonetheless there are reports that the super phone from the Redmond based tech giant may be not very far away.
For the last several months rumors about the impending launch of Surface Phone have been repeatedly going viral. Top news sources have gone to the extent of discussing the yet to be launched smartphone’s specifications and features.
Many people were expecting the Microsoft’s Surface Phone to be launched during the recently concluded Mobile World Congress. But the tech giant neither introduced the handset during the event, nor talked about it or its launch.
Nonetheless there are reports that the software giant is preparing to release the handset during the upcoming IFA event in Berlin. Initially, it was doubtful that the Redmond-based firm would actually be creating a smartphone variant of their successful Surface line. But the doubts got cleared when the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, Chris Capossela, announced that Microsoft is gearing up to release a brand new smartphone that was hinted to be part of the Surface series.
There are many reports doing the rounds about specifications of the handset. Majority of the reports claim that the new smartphone would most likely have a full metal unibody design made with magnesium, aluminium, or both. The screen would sport an HD AMOLED screen with a high resolution. It is expected that the new device would be powered by a new Intel Atom X3 processor that could be paired with 4GB of RAM. The internal storage capacities are likely to take advantage of the latest storage technologies available that could push the internal memory to 256GB or even 500GB.