Microsoft Surface Phone To Release Running Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft has been a company which has been one of the biggest names when it comes to the world of software technology. The company has changed the way we know the markets of technology to be, and has introduced many major changes to the world of technology. The company has been recently venturing into the markets of the hardware devices, and has been struggling to find feet in the markets. The company has been facing a particularly hard time when it comes to the mobile phone division and the Windows 10 Mobile, and it is expected that things are expected to be resolved as the company gears up for the launch of their upcoming device – the Surface Phone.

Microsoft Surface Phone is expected to be the apex device in the world of Windows 10 Mobile devices, and the company is expected to surface-phone-new-2013have it released in the month of October. The Surface Phone is expected to be the flagship windows 10 mobile device, and is anticipated to release with a large number of high-end features.

The Surface Phone has been in the rumours since a long time, and it has now been anticipated even more than ever before as Microsoft CMO Chris Capossela commented that there is the need of a spiritual equivalent of the surface series of devices for Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile division.

The company is expected to release the Surface Phone running on 6 to 8GB of RAM, along with up to 500GB of storage space, as well as a massive battery backup. The Surface Phone is indeed expected to run the Windows 10 Mobile OS, and is expected to be a business-class phone upon release.

If at all the device comes out, it will be the third type of surface device, following the Surface Pro tablets and the Surface Book laptops.

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