Microsoft Surface Mobile To Have USB Type-C, QHD Display, 21MP Camera, Wireless Charging; Specs Leak

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Microsoft Surface MobileMicrosoft Surface Mobile was under relaxed and slow moving rumours from long time, but recently guys at wmpoweruser has given it a strong push with the complete leak of the specs.

Microsoft Surface Mobile is expected to have 5.5 inch, Quad HD AMOLED display protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 4. Under the hood it gets an Intel Atom x3 (SoFIA), 64-bit processor coupled with 4 GB RAM and it is also rumoured to have a low end variant which will be more affordable with 3 GB RAM.

Microsoft Surface Mobile Specifications (Leaked)

5.5″ Quad HD AMOLED Display

Corning Gorilla Glass 4

Windows 10 Mobile OS

64-bit Intel Atom x3 Processor

3/4GB RAM, 64/128GB Storage

21 Megapixel PureView Rear Camera

8 Megapixel Front Camera

USB Type-C, Wireless Charging

Surface Pen, MicroSD (256GB)

Aluminium & Magnesium Built

Microsoft Surface Smartphone will be running on Windows 10 Mobile operating system and it will be having top of the line 21 Megapixel rear PureView Zeiss 6 lens camera and a 8 Megapixel front facing selfie camera. It will be available in 64 GB and 128 GB internal storage variants and it will also support USB Type-C port which is getting a lot of attention these days as well as wireless charging will also be supported. According to wmpoweruser the phone will also have pen input named Surface Pen which would be similar to Samsung’s S Pen.

All the above hardware will be fitted onto an aluminium and magnesium unibody chassis but sadly there is a big setback to these leaked specs as the current Aton x3 (SoFIA) SoC does’t supports 21MP camera, no USB Type-C and Neither the Quad HD display. But still there are hopes, that Intel might refresh there Atom x3 (SoFIA) line-up by the end of 2015, because Microsoft Surface Mobile will be making its debut sometime near early 2016. So Stay Tuned.

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