The Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 is making noise on the internet because of a leaked photograph. Here you have more details.
The leaked image was spotted on a Chinese site. In the picture, Microsoft Surface Phone was seen running Windows 10. The phone has borrowed some of the designing elements from the Lumia lineup. It looks like an updated version of the Lumia 950 XL. ?Microsoft logo was is also visible in the leaked image.
But, the possibility of Microsoft bringing out a Lumia-inspired phone is not very likely as Lumia phones were not successful in the phone market. The brand wants to present a brand new device in 2017.
?For us when we want to do first-party hardware, when we want to do something like the Studio, or Book, or Pro, the number one goal we have is to essentially try and create a new category of device that hasn?t been done before and can expand the market for the Windows ecosystem. We want to do something that hasn?t been done before. We want to create a brand new category,? Chris Capossela, Chief Marketing Officer at the company, recently said, according to Softpedia.
Microsoft Surface Phone Features And Updates
In the previous week, a leaked image had shown a Surface Phone with no physical home button, side-mounted power and volume buttons, a rear-facing camera and a bottom-mounted USB Type-C port for charging. Microsoft is likely to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack and include either a USB-C or wireless headphones, according to International Business Times.
Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 is expected to have three variants. Among them, the 32GB base version will have a 3GB RAM. The Microsoft Surface Phone will be powered by a 3,000mAh battery. There will be a 20-megapixel rear camera with a Carl Zeiss lens. The phone also carries a built-in QWERTY keyboard and a kickstand. The device will carry a Stylus called the Microsoft Surface Pen.
The Microsoft Surface Phone will carry a fingerprint detection sensor. Microsoft will not be launching the device at the Mobile World Congress. Fans can expect the device in the second half of 2017.
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