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Microsoft Surface Phone concept design comes with specs

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Since Microsoft produced its first Surface tablet there have been rumors about a Surface Phone. We’ve reported on this more times than we can count, and sometimes it looks as though it’s finally on its way before all goes quiet again. In the meantime we’ve already shared some concept ideas for the smartphone, and now a new Microsoft Surface Phone concept design has come to our attention.

Concept designers can give us some nice teasers for how upcoming devices might look. You might like to check out a couple of previous Microsoft Surface Phone concept visions that we’ve shared (here and here) and see how they compare with this new one. This latest idea comes from designer DKIIRO and has an angular metal build that looks stylish and polished with an edge-to-edge display.

The designer of this Microsoft Surface Phone concept design has also provided some imagined specs. These include an Intel Atom X7 processor, OLED display with Quad HD resolution (size unspecified), and 64GB of internal storage. It has a 21-megapixel rear camera featuring triple-LED flash and 6 ways stabilization, plus a 3D front-facing camera supporting Windows Hello.

Further inclusions are a 3100 mAh battery, HTC’s BoomSound technology with what looks to be dual speakers at the top of the handset, and a USB Type-C port. This Microsoft Surface Phone concept also features Force Touch and runs the Windows 10 Mobile OS.

While we’re on the subject you might also want to check out our last report on supposedly the real deal Microsoft Surface Phone with codename Project Juggernaut Alpha. However, there’s still nothing concrete on this almost mythical device so bear that in mind for now.

In the meantime we’d like to know what your thoughts are about this latest Microsoft Surface Phone concept design? Would you like the genuine article to look anything like this idea if it ever arrives at a release? Do let us know with your comments.

Source: DKIIRO (DeviantArt)
Via: Concept Phones

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7 thoughts on “Microsoft Surface Phone concept design comes with specs”

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    Stephen Walters says:

    I would love for these to be the specs for this device. The ability to run x86 software (even slowly) would make it a true “Computer in your pocket” and make the Continuem experience amazing.
    However, I’ll believe it when I see it. It’s far more likely the phone will be the 10 core CPU from Qualcomm only because it’s a less power hungry chip and more industry standard. If this is true and it will run some x86 software in continum mode.. I’m buying one. I have a 950 right now and I love it (aside for Windows 10 fixable bugs).
    I’d also hope that if they are letting you run x86 software they’ll give it enough RAM to allow you to add something like BlueStacks or another Android VM, then you have an all in one device that can help people migrate from Android.

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    Demirew Guangul says:

    An e-pen a must but integrated with the device 8g or more front camera
    No need for external memory.

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    Marek Psotka says:

    I would expect at least 25MP from camera (the best camera on the market) if not 40MP and 8MP front camera from first Surface phone particularly if MS wants to take android or Apple users. It has to come with something revolutionary like blended display 2 in 1 devices, hologram… Regarding the design, I can’t say anything as it not clear it’s just a shape that other brands Sony atc had before. The only nice thing is that the display is to the edge horizontally and vertically. I liked the 2 in 1 previous design better or suface table or HTC partum concept or one plus two. It has to come with more impressive design more timeless more futuristic come on are they so useless to do that. A design matters as well as not realising beta Windows 10 mobile is. I thought that the lumia 950 design didn’t help sell its mobile better , but it was the Windows 10 beta realised too soon with not very well updated apps. Lumia 650 looks more premium then 950. MS please make better design, camera n advertising marketing as the competitors don’t sleep.

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