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A purported render of the new Surface phone has been published, along with alleged details of its specs - but with its launch still almost a year away, it's best to approach such 'leaks' with caution.
New details have emerged on Microsoft's plans for the mobile market. In a leaked memo, it says it will only offer its future Windows 10 Mobile devices in 18 markets, primarily targeting businesses.
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A new report claims that Microsoft's rumored Surface Phone will arrive in April 2017, that it will coincide with Redstone 2, and that it will be followed by a third update from the Redstone branch.
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The long-rumored Surface Phone may potentially see a launch in early 2017 - although not as a single device, but rather three variants targeting consumers, business users, and enthusiasts.
Microsoft is testing a new phone, code named RM-1162. The device uses a 5.5" 1440p display along with a Snapdragon 820 chipset. This could be a new Lumia, a Surface Phone, or it could be nothing.
A Russian journalist has claimed to have spoken with hardware partners familiar with Microsoft's plans, who have let it be known that the Lumia brand is dead and the Surface Phone is happening.
Recapping the year on Windows Weekly, Chris Capossela revealed detailed Microsoft thinking around a possible Surface Phone, and vowed to step up an already aggressive Windows 10 upgrade push on PCs.
Microsoft's rumored 'Surface Phone' may be a reality, according to a recent report. The handset is allegedly designed by the Surface team, and set to release during the second half of 2016.
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It looks like the "Surface Phone" has popped up after a long absence. The rumored flagship device made an appearance on a benchmarking website that could indicate its development.
A Surface Phone concept that was released a little while back is an amazing look at what could be, if Microsoft were to build a Surface Phone and we hope that Microsoft does build a Surface Phone.
Microsoft was in fact working in secret on its own smartphone with the Surface branding before it made its deal to acquire Nokia's Devices and Services unit, an additional report seems to suggest.
Terry Myerson of the Windows Phone division has discussed Windows Phone at a recent conference, including where it's most successful, how OEMs are going, the possibility of a Surface phone and
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Yep, it's that time again, as rumours of a Microsoft-branded phone surface (ha!) once more. The company is said to be working with component suppliers in Asia to test its new 4- or 5-inch smartphone.
Nokia's CEO responds to questions about a 'Surface Phone' by saying that all competition is welcome in the Windows Phone ecosystem, emphasising Nokia's ability to offer truly distinctive devices.