Microsoft announces its first new Windows 10-powered smartphone, called the Surface Pro 4, and it will be available this fall
Microsoft has announced that its first smartphone, the Surface Phone, will be launched this fall.
The Surface Phone is expected to be the first smartphone Microsoft will release with Windows 10.
It will feature a 5.7-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, and a Snapdragon 810 processor and 64GB of storage.
Microsoft said it will have an unlocked Windows 10 device available at launch.
Microsoft announced the Surface Line in April.
It was designed to be a low-cost alternative to Google’s Chromebooks and other Chromebooks, and includes a large 5.5-inch IPS display, a USB Type-C port, and an audio jack.
Microsoft has also introduced the Surface Dock, which can be used to plug in a standard computer keyboard and mouse.
The company also announced a Surface Pro line with a new 10.1-inch screen, which is expected in late September.
The line includes a new keyboard, mouse, and tablet.
Microsoft is also launching a new Surface Hub, which will connect a Windows 10 phone, a Surface Dock and a tablet.
This device will work with Windows, Mac OS X, Android, and iOS devices.
Microsoft also announced an all-in-one PC with an ARM-based processor, a Thunderbolt 3 port, a 10.4-inch 1080p display, and 128GB of RAM.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface Hub at Build 2017.
The new device includes a Windows, Windows 10, and Windows Mobile OS, as well as Microsoft Office, the latest version of its Office suite, and Skype for Business.
The Hub has a 10-inch 720p display with Windows Hello authentication, which Microsoft says makes it easy for people to identify users with the new device.
Microsoft says it will ship the Hub by mid-September.
The Office Hub is a cloud-based, cloud-native productivity suite that will run on a variety of platforms, including Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft recently said it would also release a “new set of cloud-oriented productivity tools” that will help organizations keep up with their business needs.
It is not clear whether Microsoft will also launch a “Windows Phone” version of the Hub, or a Windows 8.1 device that will be compatible with Windows Phone 8.0.
Microsoft plans to release the Windows 10 Pro software update for the Surface line, and the company says it plans to offer Windows 10 on Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 3 in the coming months.
The software update will bring support for all of the Surface devices, including the Surface Book and Surface Studio.
The update will also bring a number of other improvements to the Surface experience, including an improved Windows Store, a new version of Cortana, and support for Windows 10 Universal apps, such as Google Maps, Bing, and YouTube.