Microsoft's Surface Phone is expected to be a smartphone device like no other.
While the software giant has seen the market share of Windows Phone go down and down, touching its lowest now, it is working hard to replace Lumia with high-end Surface Phones. Despite half a decade passing by, the Windows Phone is still a very small player in the mobile device operating system market, and Microsoft might be trying to make up with a sleeker look if the leaked images of the Microsoft Surface Phone are any indication. He had also accurately revealed the leaked renders of Lumia 650 before its release, Neowin reported.
According to a report by News Everyday, some gadget, and tech freaks are wondering whether a June launch would be probable for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, or whether the launch would be worth the wait.
First spotted by Mobipicker, a leak from Chinese social media platform Weibo claims that the Microsoft smartphone will get three variants distinguished by the amount of RAM and storage they have. According to a report by Engadget, the newly released tablets remind users of Microsoft's flagship tablets with their touch screens features, stands and portable keyboards. Hence, it seems that the smartphone will be equipped with an iris scanner.
The base model for the Microsoft Surface Phone offers 3 GB RAM paired with 32 GB internal storage.
The rear camera module is described in the Baidu post as a 20MP Carl Zeiss lens, similar to previous Microsoft flagships such as the recent Lumia 950.
Microsoft, with the arrival of the Surface Phone, is also expected to create a device so powerful that it will be giving the modern day laptops a run for their money.
Rumors also suggest that there will allegedly be a monstrous variant of the Microsoft Surface phone featuring whopping 8GB RAM and 500GB internal storage.