Microsoft will launch new mobiles during 2017 but not the Surface Phone

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During these last hours, several German websites and sources related to Microsoft employees have confirmed the existence of new mobiles with Windows 10 Mobile. Phones that will be launched this year and that will try to maintain Microsoft's mobile market share, but none will be the Surface Phone.

These devices will be launched at the end of 2017 and will follow the line of the Lumia 950, a line of mobiles similar to the devices on the current market, which will have more powerful hardware, greater autonomy and a higher resolution in the camera for the enjoyment of users.

These new devices with Windows 10 Mobile will be the hardware and software update that many users and owners of the old Lumia were looking forward to despite the fact that the request of these users was the update of their mobile software.

Neither Windows 10 ARM nor Surface Phone will hit the market this 2017

We also know that none of these new devices will have Windows 10 ARM, the new version of Windows 10 for mobile platforms that will debut on the Surface Phone, nor will they have the powerful snapdragon 835 model, but if you will have Windows 10 Mobile with access to the Microsoft Store. The price of these devices as well as their name or the rest of the hardware characteristics, we do not know but without a doubt it will be well received by the fans of Microsoft and Windows 10 Mobile.

On the other hand, these reports confirm once again the launch of the Surface Phone for 2018This is a key date for both the company and the market, as not only will the Surface Phone be launched, but a renewed iPhone and a new Alphabet Pixel model will also be launched. In other words, the mobile market that year will be more hectic than usual. However Will the Surface Phone have any unconditional who buy the device? What do you think?

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  1.   E. Gutiérrez and H. said

    Will the Surface Phone have any unconditional who buy the device? It will not be some unconditional. We will be many thousands of fans who will acquire the Surface Phone. If Microsoft set a benchmark with the Lumia 950 and 950XL, the Surface Phone will be the perfect successor to these wonderful smartphones.

  2.   Manu said

    Unconditional? The best OS for mobile phones is called Windows, and a Surface Phone with Windows 32bit full, Pureview and with a design that is not of shame (like Androids), yes, it has more than a few unconditional buyers insured !!

  3.   Jonathan said

    Not just a stalwart ...
    Many of us eat our hands for having the Surface Phone already.

  4.   damn said

    I find little sense to the surface phone, unless it is 5 ′ I doubt it will find a use for it, when the death of w10m is imminent I will look for another alternative that is not more.

  5.   Ivan RojaS said

    I am a Windows phone user and I am waiting for the arrival of new mobile devices with this system ...

  6.   Ricardo Hernan del Canto Munoz said

    I hope Windows for mobile does not die, it is really an excellent OS. The only problem is your Lumia 535 terminal which is a fraud.

  7.   david duarte said

    Hopefully they launch more dynamic terminals with Windows 10 mobile to re-enter the competition I will look forward to the microsoft revolution

  8.   lorecruz said

    I'm super comfortable with microsoft mobile, it's an excellent OS. I'm not interested in the cell phone brand. I'm interested in continuing to use a computer with the same OS.