Windows phone fans across the globe are hoping that at some point in the future, Microsoft make a Surface phone. We don't actually know if they will, but hoping and wishing is all part of the fun. So we want to know, what would your perfect Surface phone look like?
Let's try to keep things relatively realistic. Microsoft isn't going to build something that costs $300 and uses tech that doesn't exist yet, so hoping for something like that is just silly. I'm expecting the Surface phone be a hybrid device that costs upwards of $900, features an ARM snapdragon processor newer than the 835, with 4GB RAM and a 2K screen. I hope it runs Windows 10 S, or some kind of locked down version of Windows, too.
That's what I'm hoping the Surface phone will be, but I'm sure you guys all have your own opinions and ideas as to what Microsoft should build. So, I encourage you to check out our forums and chime in with your own ideas. We can't wait to see what you have in mind.
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