Microsoft's Surface Phone Could Be The Ultimate Mobile Device


Microsoft is keen on keeping its Surface Pro 4, Surface Studio and Surface Book up to date in terms of hardware and firmware updates since the devices represent the best Microsoft has to offer.

Microsoft will soon be releasing the new Surface Studio, which has been generating a ton of buzz for its unique hybridization of the tablet and the PC.

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Dubbed as the Surface Book, the slate will be tailored for entertainment and reading functions and it will compete directly with the iPads.

According to The Bitbag, the Microsoft Surface Phone and Microsoft Surface Pro 5 may be announced as early as February 2017. Surface Pro 4 tablets with an Intel Core i5 processor and 128GB of storage are now available for $799, a savings of $200.

Earlier this year, there was a patent filed by Microsoft for a stylus that features a rechargeable battery system. Fans were hoping that at least one of the devices would be released before 2016 ends.

Microsoft Corporate Vice President Panos Panay introduces a new tablet titled the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 at a media event for new Microsoft products on October 6, 2015 in New York City. Use Windows 10 and its competent management of a mobile environment for the end-user.

Microsoft's Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing, said the Surface Studio has "performance that is going to be unmatched". But the obvious conclusion here is that Microsoft will be debuting a smartphone in the near future that demands an "ultimate" moniker. If the rumors are true and Microsoft does indeed incorporate Intel's latest processor in its upcoming 2-in-1 hybrid, it will be safe to assume that the Surface Pro 5 will be considerably more powerful compared to its predecessor.

An Ultra HD display is also expected along with a much better and smoother technique on detaching the screen from the keyboard.

If you like the sound of the Surface Studio but haven't got round to placing an order yet, you'll probably be glad to hear that Microsoft is still accepting "pre-orders" for the device.