A lot of fans, particularly the ones who have been following the Windows handset, are now getting pretty excited for the coming of the new handset from the Redmond-based tech giant, dubbed the Microsoft Surface Phone.
And by the looks of it, the upcoming smartphone will come equipped with Qualcomm's next-generation System on Chip (SoC), if recent reports are accurate.
According to Nokia Power User, the long-rumored Microsoft Surface Phone might run Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor under its hood. It was said that the handset's SoC is going to be supported by a Quick Charging 4.0 feature as well as 6 GB of Random Access Memory (RAM).
Another bit of information that the report revealed is the phone's Windows 10 Mobile architecture, which is said to be able to run x86 applications in Continuum.
Display-wise, word has it that the Microsoft Surface Phone might sport a 5.5-inch screen capable of producing Quad HD (QHD) of display graphics.
However, it is important to take note that these details are still subject to confirmation, and that the Redmond-based tech giant has yet to officially confirm the existence of the Microsoft Surface Phone.
With that in mind, it is highly advisable that avid technophiles take this report with a tiny pinch of salt and consider the information included within as mere rumors until proven otherwise.
Meanwhile, new reports have emerged stating that Pegatron — Apple's main supplier — is now rumored to be working with the Redmond-based tech giant, and that the trial production for the Microsoft Surface Phone is now at hand, GSM Arena reported.
There is no way to confirm whether this claim is, in fact, accurate or not. More news about the future of the Microsoft Surface Phone should emerge in the coming months, possibly regarding its specifications and even the much awaited release date for the upcoming handset.