#SurfacePhone #Microsoft – Microsoft Surface Phone Design: What Are The Possible Specs? : Microsoft Surface Phone rumors are making noise on the internet. A fan has posted an imaginary design for Microsoft Surface Phone based on the leaked information.
Bartlomiej Tarnowski from Poland has teased the Microsoft Surface Phone design. It can be found on the design site Behance. According to Bartlomiej’s concept, the upcoming Surface Phone will pack a Cyan back cover.
The device will also have speakers on the top and bottom of the device. There will be a 3.5mm jack for listening devices. Microsoft Surface Phone can be used as a mini-tablet in landscape mode. The Surface Phone buyers will get to experience the new Surface Pen as well.
According to LearnBonds, the Surface Phone will be powered by a powerful processor. It will also pack a Micro-HDMI port through which user can connect the device to any screen. The Surface Phone will feature an aluminum body similar to iPhones.
There will be a 21-megapixel main camera with a powerful 8-megapixel selfie camera. Microsoft will use Carl Zeiss lenses, which was seen on Lumia 950. You will find a 3,000mAh battery in all three variants. The price range of Surface Phone models will be between $700 and $1,200. The Surface Phone will be powered by an Intel 14nm Kaby Lake processor.
There will be three variants in the Surface Phone. A Basic version with 4GB RAM along with 64GB of storage space; the Advanced version which features 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage space; and the Pro Variant, with 8GB RAM and 512GB of storage space.
“We plan to narrow our focus to three customer segments where we can make unique contributions and where we can differentiate through the combination of our hardware and software,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said.
Microsoft Surface Phone is likely to have an SD830 chipset. As per the latest updates, Microsoft will be discontinuing Lumia Phones. It will focus only on the Surface Phone series.
Microsoft were able to sell 4.5 million Lumia phones in the fourth quarter of 2015 whereas 10.5 million phones were sold in the same period in 2014. “We need more breakthrough experiences, breakthrough hardware to get people to move to Windows mobile OS. It’s gotta be a phone that’s sort of like, ‘Wow’,” Microsoft’s CMO Chris Capossela said. Source: Thebitbag