Even as Microsoft seems to be planning its new Surface phone, speculations have gone higher with reports of the WMPU coming up. Though there is no confirmation nor any hint from the company, reports indicate the new device may come out in the market in December 2015 or by early 2016. This is not all. There are speculations that the new Surface phone might be a Lumia.
Microsoft has been using Nokia’s Lumia branding ever since they took over the company. Therefore, it won’t be a surprise if the upcoming handset, which is so far termed as “Juggernaught Alpha” is finally labeled as a Lumia.
Reports leaked on the web suggest that the new Microsoft phone will feature a Clearback AMOLED display of 5.5 inches. Not only that, the phone is also reported to come with a resolution of 1440 x 2560. Like other premier smartphone models, the upcoming handset also boasts a rear camera of 21MP and 64GB or 128GB storage. To ensure faster operation, the phone would be supported with 4GB RAM and Intel Atom X3 SoC quad-core processor.
If rumors turn to be true, the phone will flaunt an attractive Aluminum-magnesium unibody. The phone may also include S Pen. Yet, to get confirmed reports, everyone will still have to wait for the official announcement of the company.