#SurfacePen #SurfacePhone – Microsoft Surface Phone To Come With Surface Pen: Rumors : Microsoft Corporation continues it’s silence regarding its rumored new smartphone, dubbed the Surface Phone. Rumors suggest that the tech titan is quietly developing the Surface Phone (which isn’t an official name) in three variants.
The Surface Phone lineup is expected to target business and corporate users. The Windows 10 Mobile-powered device will be the most secure and productivity-focused phone, according to reports.
Surface Pen and Keyboard
Microsoft is designing the Surface Phone primarily for business users. According to rumors, the tech titan is equipping the smartphone with tools and apps to make it a fully workstation. Reports claim that the Surface Phone is coming with Windows 10 Mobile’s Continuum feature, enabling the device to work much better as a PC.
Now, the rumors mill suggest that, alongside the Surface Phone, Microsoft Corporation will also launch the Surface Pen and a removable keyboard. These accessories will make professionals and business users more productive.
According to a report in The Christian Post, the Surface Pen will be compatible with the new smartphone “for a more precise and accurate input method.” In addition, there will be a removable keyboard for “all the long typing sessions abound for the user.” However, still it not clear it is if these two accessories will be included in the retail package or sold separately.
Microsoft Surface Phone Will Come in Three Versions
Rumors suggest that the Surface Phone will arrive during the first half of 2017. It will come in three versions: a consumer model, a business model, and an enthusiast edition. The base model will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, with a mid-range offering coming with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The phone is rumored to feature a 20 megapixel rear camera with a Carl Zeiss lens. It will come with an 8GB RAM and a Kaby Lake processor, and will run Windows 10 Redstone operating system. The device will cost between $699- $1,100.