Surface Phone to become the ultimate mobile device

Surface Phone to become the ultimate mobile device



The Surface Phone is said to bring something completely new to table and Microsoft fans have been speculating for a long time now what kind of new features will the Surface Phone bring, but Microsoft has yet to announce what type of innovative features they will install on the upcoming Surface Phone. The only hints we received were from Microsoft’s Satya Nadella which teased the device in an interview with the Australian Financial.

Microsoft Surface Phone

Microsoft’s CEO said in an interview that the company is looking to bring something new and innovative to the market, a statement that’s a subtle remark to Apple’s iPhone because Apple has received some flack this year for using the same LCD display and design for a few years now. Satya Nadella confirmed that Microsoft is going to take a different route and instead of wanting to launch a device that will compete with what’s already on the market, they want to create something entirely new that will be considered as the “ultimate mobile device”.

Everyone is speculating that the upcoming Surface Phone will be designed specially to compliment the other Surface devices but this doesn’t seem to be the case since Microsoft is not interested in releasing a device that doesn’t bring any new never seen  before features. Tech analysts are saying that the device will run on Windows 10 Mobile OS and also sport a physical keyboard and that Microsoft might compete with the HP Elite X3, a smartphone that is believed to be as powerful as a PC.

The last time Microsoft entered the smartphone market was two years ago when they acquired Nokia and launched the Nokia Lumia, which definitely wasn’t a successful device. If the upcoming Surface Phone will indeed be something new and innovative Microsoft will surely conquer the smartphone market, because right now no other tech company can claim they are trying to create something innovative.

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  1. It’s a Matter of Apps not design… Whatever Microsoft do with design and marketing, without the needed and popular apps for Windows Phone OS, no one will buy it… This is also why Surface Tablets will never replace Android tablets nor iPads…

  2. Disclaimer: I like windows phones.

    This will fail like all the other windows phones if they do not get the ecosystem. It’s time they bite the bullet and invest $ to get the top 100 apps of each store converted over. Loan out 100 MS app programmers FOR FREE to the top 100 app makers. Design side by side on-par apps with the developer for at least 5 years. Based on a salary of say $50,000 a year per programmer and then based on 5 year term (time it would take for public to start buying windows phones with any useable market share: 20-25%?) this would cost about $25 million. With such a huge market and such as small cost to get into, suprised they havent done this yet. From my perspective, if the app store where ON par with either android or IOS, based on the low price and high quality of windows phones, I don’t see why anyone would buy anything BUT a windows phone that are 1/2 the price of competitors.

  3. If it has windows it will flop. Isn’t it enough they destroyed nokia with windows os for phones?

  4. I just don’t understand why they don’t do this right. The damage they’ve done to themselves the past few years is mind boggling.

    It’s very simple: WAIT until you can run x86 properly on a phone. It’s only hardware that’s really standing in the way. RT, this half assed attempt are pointless to all be a few fans.

    In a few years, other companies will be doing this better and cheaper than MS and it will likely be added to the pile of dead projects they’ve murdered. This is coming from someone who would buy a true windows phone in a second and never look back at android if they can pull it off. I figure 2018 is the earliest we’ll see legit working and stable anything from this…and it will be a game changer.

  5. Who would trust nadella after he killed off the lumia 950 line, and WP in general? Who wants windows phone when all of MS’s good apps are on android and iOS? Who wants a phone running a perpetual beta OS that has tons of glitches, power draining bugs, ece?