In a time where famous phone companies like Apple or Google are conquering the market, Microsoft has quite a difficult time reaching the top and being under huge pressure to create products that are equally good and efficient is a tough business. For this reason, the latest product from Microsoft, Surface Phone receives a huge wave and excitement and anticipation from phone enthusiasts. The rumors of its release started to appear long ago, but this time it will definitely become reality, because Microsoft is collaborating with Pegatron at the moment to conceive the final trial product.
Date of Release
The launch of the device is it rumored to be somewhere at the end of 2017, but it is also believed that this kind of phone will be available to be bought at the beginning of 2018. The crew that works at the Surface Phone has proven its efficacy and professionalism coming up with products such as: Surface Pro or Surface Book, convincing their users of the quality and innovation of their products.
What is known at the moment is that Microsoft might add a thumbprint scanner into the phone’s screen, which became common nowadays with phones like Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or iPhone 8. The thumbprint scanner which will be inserted will make the phone much thinner and smaller. Moreover, Surface Phone is going to have a ClearBlack AMOLED display with a technology that helps reduce reflections. The AMOLED display was used in the past on Samsung phones, but also Windows phones like Microsoft Lumia 950.
The launch of the Surface Phones makes the users assume that the chances of the Surface Headset to be released any sooner are getting slimmer, because the Surface Phone will be launched in its place. Another rumor that is likely to become a reality is that the Surface Phone is going to be a foldable device with similar technology like previous models created by Microsoft Company.
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