#Microsoft #SurfacePhone – Microsoft’s Surface Phone release delayed until late 2017 into 2018 : By now, Microsoft fans are aware of the company’s upcoming hardware event on October 26 and certainly hope it will shed some light on some of the most oft-asked questions about Microsoft’s plans for its mobile releases and gaming console.
But most importantly, users are giddy for a closer look at the new Surface all-in-one desktop PC. The event is mostly about Windows 10 developments rather than certain hardware specifications but considering all the bustle created in the past few weeks by the many rumours.
Leaks and theories from well-reputed sources, it seems likely for the device to be shown off at the event. What’s unlikely is any news related to smartphones at the event.
The Surface Phone was rumoured to be released in 2017 at the earliest, as reported by several credible sources. But now, rumours have resurfaced and the release is expected be delayed until as far as 2018.
The foremost speculation that appeared stated that the phone is all set to be released in late 2016. A few months later, it became public that the handset would make its debut around the summer of 2017, somewhere around the rollout of Windows 10 Redstone 2 update.
The Redmond-based company already made its intentions clear about the sales of further Lumia phones but nonetheless, hope for Windows 10 smartphones is not lost. On the other hand, the awaited Surface Phone is nowhere near ready for its red carpet appearance.