All eyes are on Microsoft ahead of the upcoming launch of Windows 10 Mobile.
Of course, it needs an impressive launch vehicle for the new software, and we may have just glimpsed it.
A new report seemingly details the specs for an upcoming Microsoft flagship smartphone, ahead of its official debut.
The spec sheet comes courtesy of WMPowerUser, which cites an anonymous source for the leak.
The device, which has so far been rumoured as the Windows Surface phone, is purportedly being developed under the codename “Project Juggernaut Alpha”.
What’s more, the mystery handset looks set to tout a seriously impressive roster of components.
For starters, the Windows Surface phone is tipped to feature a 5.5-inch display with a 1,440 x 2,560 pixel resolution.
That’s expected to be protected by Corning’s top-end Gorilla Glass 4.
Powering the handset is a claimed 64-bit Intel Atom x3 (SoFIA) processor, paired with 4GB of RAM – a 3GB option is rumoured to be available also.
That’s reportedly going to be paired with a front-facing 8-megapixel Zeiss wide-angle camera.
Storage options purportedly include 64Gb and 128GB, which is pretty good considering there’s also a MicroSD slot.
The operating system will, unsurprisingly, be Windows 10 Mobile. After all, the software is expected to debut on the handset.
There are a number of bonus features expected to appear on the device too.
The first is a USB-C port. That’s the burgeoning USB standard that’s expected to take the mobile world by storm over the next year.
It offers faster transfer rates and a reversible tip, just like Apple’s Lightning cable.
The handset is also tipped to offer wireless charging, although it’s not clear what standard this will work off.
There’s also rumoured to be a Surface Pen – similar to the Note 5 – in tow, intended to woo those for whom fingers are deemed too clunky.
Finally, the device is expected to be crafted from aluminium and magnesium, with a “unibody” design. That suggests we’re looking at a premium build quality.
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According to the report, we’ll see the handset peddled as the “Surface Mobile”, and will land on store shelves at either the end of 2015 or early 2016.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft hasn’t confirmed any details about such a flagship device, so take this report with a pinch of salt.
If this report is true however, then is it enough to convince you to hop aboard the good ship Windows? Let us know in the comments.
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