Microsoft Surface Phone Will Work Well With Other Platforms, Latest Specs and Release Date Detailed
Early this month, the tech company Microsoft conducted their Build 2018 event, and their chief executive officer Satya Nadella stated about the importance of having a unified operating system, as well as the company’s concept to solve this problem. Their current answer is the cloud services accessible in various devices the user has.
According to ABC7 news, a redesigned Windows is currently in development within the company to make it extend better beyond PC. An idea that was first explored with the Microsoft’s Courier concept back in 2019 is now being pursued. This refers to the Surface Phone, which is not yet the official name of the anticipated smartphone.
Many concepts surfaced online that it has a wide variety of sizes, suggesting the company might be doing experiments on it. The patents indicated that it will be a notebook-like device with the support of the stylus Surface products. It will come running an operating system called Windows Core OS. The company does seem not letting go of the Windows 10 yet and tries to modify it to work well on other platforms ranging from the Xbox to the upcoming foldable phone.
The design will be premium looking—a metal unibody—which is far from the fancy designs of Lumia series era. A single aluminum block composes it with a bonus of built-in projector. The storage will be 6GB of RAM with internal options like 128 and 256 GB memory. Similar to some Lumia devices, the ClearBlack AMOLED technology screen will be used to minimize the reflection with the screen size of 5.5 inches.
In the photography department, Surface Phone might flaunt a 21-megapixel camera on the rear side and an 8-megapixel selfie front-facing camera. Even if no clear details about the capacitative battery, it will support fast charging technology, hopefully, a wireless one. No exact release date is being mentioned but it will be very soon.
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