The Microsoft Surface Phone is extensively the most anticipated device, which is expected to transform the concept of smartphones. The Redmond-based tech giant's smartphone will feature most innovative updates and excellent technical specs. It will have a unique and attractive codename.
The Surface Phone is expected to bring many new features, which gearing up its foldable concept and flexible hinge structure. The new Android smartphone will be the biggest contender of Apple's iPhone 8 and Google's Pixel XL. The Surface smartphone is expected to be accessible in three variants.
Apple is currently facing a rough and friendly competition from other smartphones maker, include Lenovo, Huawei, and Microsoft. The Redmond tech giant is Apple's strongest rivalry. The company has also introduced its best lineups, Surface Pro, the Surface Studio, and Surface Book, as noted by Trusted Reviews.
Either the Microsoft Surface Phone might offer an ARM-compatible version of Windows 10, or it might support Win32 Windows Store apps, which it may come around 2019. The smart device is allegedly reported to have the development codename, Juggernaut Alpha. However, iPhone 8 will own the codenamed Ferrari.
The Surface smartphone will have three variants. The 5.5 AMOLED display might equip the foldable Surface Phone. The new smartphone will be provided with packed with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, with an expandable microSD slot. The smartphone could also come with a Surface Pen and a USB-C port, for safer charging, as per Travelers Today.
The Surface Phone's specs are enhanced, and incredibly great includes the 12 MP rear facing camera and an 8 MP front-facing one for an excellent photography outputs. The foldable smartphone will feature an edgeless display. It might also highlight a glass structure with no physical button, and a curved screen display, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
The Microsoft Surface Phone release date is expected to be in the first half of 2017, and the smartphone price would significantly start at $699 up to $1,100. The tech giant aims to showcase a perfect phone that may be compatible with the iOS system.