Alleged Microsoft Surface Phone Images Leak Online

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Rumor alley has been buzzing with leaks related to Microsoft Surface Phone for some time now and with the emergence of fresh leaks, things are certainly getting exciting for the Windows phone lovers.

Today Chinese tipstere @Kjuma has posted some renders of the alleged Microsoft’s first Surface Phone on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo.

Microsoft Surface Phone

The rendered images suggest that Microsoft has taken its design inspiration from yesteryear Lumia phones. It appears to have a plastic body which has three capacitive buttons and Microsoft logo on the front. On the rear side, it flaunts a Saturn ring camera module and surface book logo. The device seems to carry a regular 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, dual speakers, Carl Zeiss camera lens, and a dedicated camera shutter button.

Microsoft Surface Phone

As per other speculations, the first Surface Phone is likely to feature a 5.5-inch 2Kdisplay with 2560×1440 pixel resolution. Microsoft might rope in heavy duty Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset to manage all the workload. Apart from this, it will feature 6Gigs of RAM to run 64-bit Windows apps in Continuum mode.

Renders of the Upcoming Microsoft Surface Phone Leak Online

The Surface Phone will boot Windows 10 Mobile operating system. The phone is likely to support wireless charging as well. Microsoft’s new phone will support Quick Charge 4.0 tech to refill battery within seconds.

All this information is based on rumors as Microsoft is keeping everything under wraps as of now. Watch out this space for more news related to Surface Phone including Launch date and pricing.

Deepak RajawatDeepak Rajawat
Experienced technology journalist with over 7-years of experience. Before embracing online journalism, he has worked with several legacy publications including print editions at Hindustan Times and The Statesman. He also has a keen interest in Sports, which he used to cover with equal enthusiasm in his early career.

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