Will It Work — Microsoft Surface Phone

Herman Weaver
January 5, 2017

Microsoft is said to be working on a new Surface Pro Tablet that is expected to be released in Q1 2017. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has been a really successful tablet for Microsoft, registering good sales all through the year especially during Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals last year. Citing information from China's Economic Daily News, the report states that the new tablet will feature a 4K-capable Ultra HD screen. The Brydge 12.3 will change all of that as using it with the Surface Pro 4 lets you have a more "Surface Book-like experience". Rumor has it that the Surface Pro 5 will launch sometime March but this hasn't been backed up by the company yet. When the fifth Surface Pro gets released, it is expected to have specs that are going to be superior to its competition. It's no secret that the current line of Surface devices, including Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book i7 are two of the most impressive devices now available in the market, so users have similar expectations from the highly-anticipated Surface Phone.

Microsoft is selling the Surface Book with a considerable discount. Meticulously crafted to be a powerful, ultrathin laptop, this one's great for business travel.

According to numerous rumors, Microsoft is believed to be considering releasing three different variants of the Surface Phone, including an entry-level version, a mid-range version, and an enthusiast high-end version.

The Surface Pro 4 is available in Core M3, Core i5, and Core i7 variants and is respectively powered by Intel's HD Graphics 515, HD Graphics 520, and Iris Graphics. The Surface Pro 4 sports a 6th Gen Intel Core m3 processor, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM as the standard configuration. PixelSense Display has stunning color and contrast that comes to life with Surface Pen and touch. No matter what the reason it, it is clear that there is no place for the Lumia in the market right now but what about the Surface?

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to survive and thrive in the market. Hence, this juncture suggests that Microsoft is close to announcing its device officially. Post your thoughts in the comments section.

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