#SurfacePhone #WindowsPhone – Microsoft Surface Phone Will Not Attend October Microsoft Event: Analyst : Microsoft Corporation is widely expected to launch a new smartphone phone, dubbed the Surface Phone, at the end of this month in New York City. Fans and the tech world is excited to see a new Windows 10 Mobile-powered phone, which may replace iPhone as smartphone superstar.

But a new report suggesting that the October 26 event will not include the Surface Phone. Microsoft analyst Mary Jo Foley believes that the event will feature Windows smartphones from OEMs instead of the Microsoft Surface Phone, The Christian Times reported.

Microsoft remains silent about the Surface Phone. The rumor mill has been speculating that the Surface Phone will have three models and will target business and corporate users. It is expected to be the most secure and productivity-focused phone.

Reports suggesting that the Surface Phone would change Microsoft’s fate in the smartphone market, which is dominated by Apple and Samsung. Before looking the analyst’s comment about the Surface Phone’s launch date, take a look at what the rumors mill has been saying about the phone.

Surface Phone Specs

Rumors suggest that the Surface Phone 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 handset is rumored to feature a 20 megapixel rear camera with a Carl Zeiss lens. It will have an 8GB RAM and a Kaby Lake processor, and will run Windows 10 Redstone operating system. Microsoft is reportedly launching the Surface Pen and a removable keyboard at the New York City event. Those accessories will make professionals and business users more productive.

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