Microsoft Surface Phone to be launched in second half of 2016

Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL side by side

Microsoft Surface Phone has been discussed much in rumors and now we have a report suggesting its arrival by mid 2016. The smartphone will represent the expertise Surface team which has made as impressive impression with Microsoft’s already popular Surface Pro tablets. With the Surface tag the device is also expected to bring a new flavor into its smartphones.

According to the sources concerned with the developments with Microsoft’s devices, the Surface Phone will replace a metal clad with a combo of current Windows experience with Intel powers inside. A fresh report shows Microsoft pushing the device to final stages and by second quarter of next year we may get an announcement.

There are also some theories suggesting current Microsoft moves in the US and other key markets related to the launch of the Surface Phone. The theories have surfaced as Microsoft kept a low profile with a short release of current devices to carriers in the US market. Microsoft’s current devices the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950XL failed to reach most of the carriers.

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This shows Microsoft planning for something big which may translate into the Surface phone. If the theories prove true, we may find a really nice device matching the high standards. With current devices Microsoft seems to have made a wider assessment compromising some key competing areas considered in the US market.

There are also some reports linked to Microsoft’s CEO and Surface head in the same direction showing a beg release expected for the US market. This also makes sense why the company isn’t spending much on its current devices while the competitors are doing their best. There were also some reports showing the Microsoft Surface Phone focused on productivity instead of specs. However we may get a combo of internal powers and features on the Surface Phone.

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