Surface Phone Archive
It’s official, folks. Microsoft has finally confirmed that the highly anticipated Surface Phone will never become a reality, as the company now prefers focusing on entirely new form factors. This has been revealed by Panos Panay himself,
A classic case of chicken and egg! Microsoft Surface Phone, also known as Surface Andromeda, was expected to launch later this year, and was the reason for much anticipation among fans. But according to a recent report,
Whatever it is, the mythic device is apparently not coming this year. Microsoft seems to have taken a decision on its new Surface mobile device, Andromeda as it is known by. And the decision is that it
Well, what do you know! It appears that the new mobile device Microsoft is working on, Surface Phone if you will, could support 5 different modes of use, depending on the position of the screen. This has
The question of the month is not when Andromeda will make it to store shelves, but whether this upcoming device from Microsoft will include some phone features. Phone features like making calls, for instance. We have had
The Surface Phone may be one of the worst kept secrets in recent memory, at least in the technology world. But on the flipside, it means that fans keep on imagining what this mysterious device looks like.
It’s a Dell. Dell, of all companies, is diving headfirst into the new form factor that Microsoft is said to be pursuing, with rumors that the company is working on its own implementation of the Surface Phone.
Which is to say, a new mobile device from Microsoft is still a thing. Codenamed Andromeda, this device is currently being worked on behind Redmond walls, with a target release date of late 2018. At least, according
Redstone 5 may be a few months away, but we are already getting indication of new features that may be part of this upcoming Windows 10 version. Like an improved screen clipping option, for example. It was,
Even though Microsoft has been quite cryptic about the Surface Phone as a whole, we do occasionally get comments from company officials, as well as the odd patent detail that reveal what’s cooking. So much so that