Surface Phone Official Image Leaked: Everything We Know About Microsoft's New Flagship

Sep 16, 2016 05:38 AM EDT | Eve C.

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Microsoft's Surface Phone must be the most talked-about device that is soon to be announced in the coming months. But the latest news might give some excitement to the expecting public. The purported image of the crown jewel device has been leaked.

The tech giant has been mum and strict regarding the details about the upcoming Surface Phone. However, Microsoft Australia might have accidentally spilled the beans.

The latest tweet containing the allegedly official design of the device started making round on the Internet. Thus far, the tech-savvy followers are asking if this tweet is official or its just an accidental post:

"New One in Surface family!" states the caption, quoted iTechPost. In the photo, three objects can be seen - a Surface Book, a Surface Pro 4, and a darkened rectangle that is very likely to be a smartphone.

We are trying to trace down the image from Microsoft Australia, but it looks like the account deleted its post to avoid sharing more details about the Surface Phone.

However, there is another image leaked by MS Mobile. This time, the phone shows the supposed tweet which was deleted by the Twitter account.

As for the release date, iTechPost reported that Microsoft might release the mobile phone in October. Since there is a hint about the Surface Phone, they might keep the name as well.

On the other hand, the company might not introduce a new laptop or hybrid tablet. They might only show an update regarding the previous models.

Those who cannot wait for the announcement may have to extend their patience. Microsoft has not confirmed any information listed above. Nonetheless, we can only treat this information with an epic pinch of salt.

On the other hand, stay tuned for more tech news and updates regarding the Surface Phone here at Auto World News.

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