#Microsoft #SurfacePhone – This One Feature Will Help Microsoft Surface Phone Trump the iPhone : Microsoft Corporation has not confirmed or denied any of the unending streams of rumors about its plan to make a Surface Phone. However, all actions and inactions from the firm have only pointed to the increased odds that a Surface Phone is in the making. In fact, top tech analysts seem to agree that the Surface Phone will make its debut during the Mobile World Congress holding in Barcelona on Feb. 27, 2017.
The current smartphones in the market are not very different when it comes to distinctive features. Starting from Apple’s iPhones on iOS, moving on to all the different shades of Android devices, and down to the almost dead Blackberry devices – you’ll find different variants of the same devices. They’ll have touchscreen, front and rear camera, body from the latest metal alloys, and apps for work and play.
The Surface Phone is coming up against intense competition
We’ve also been entertained to lots of rumors and leaks about the possible specs of the Surface Phone. An October specs leak suggests that the device will sport a 5.5 AMOLED display with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution, 4GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB storage. If the Surface Phone debuts with those same specs, you shouldn’t not be surprised that the Surface Phone might be dead on arrival.
The Surface Phone might not be able to save Microsoft sinking ship in the smartphone industry because those same specs are available on iOS and Android devices. A mundane Surface Phone won’t get people to switch over from Android. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will make its debut next year to replace the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. Xiaomi has already debuted with a bezelless screen and a ceramic body. Nokia is also reportedly trying to stage a comeback with an Android device.