Surface Pen supported Microsoft Windows Phone prototype video spotted

It is believed that the corporation had prepared two distinct variants of the prototype...

The Surface Phone is among the most eagerly anticipated devices from Microsoft, Recently, we got too many indications of a handset which is getting prepared by the firm so that they could retain the company’s mobile unit active. In fact, irrespective of its physical aspects, a forthcoming Microsoft smartphone is hardly possible to be driven by Windows 10 operating system. Nevertheless, several Windows handset lovers would like the firm to include support for a pen. Although Microsoft’s Surface Pen happens to be around for some time now, the firm has not ever formally considered bringing it to their smartphone units.if they include support for a pen in their handsets this could have set the firm as an immediate competitor to Samsung Note series.

Well, it is certain that such kind of a device is never unveiled by the firm, but that statement cannot question its persistence. For instance, take a look at Microsoft device named Hapanero, which in fact is a Lumia 950 handset with aid for a Surface Pen such as we saw in Samsung phablets. The firm has also exhibited this handset with Surface Pen support at 2015 Microsoft Build developer conference.  Now, we have discovered a Youtube video clip that displays a demonstration with a prototype device exposing the functioning of a Windows-powered handset with the aid of Surface Pen.

If this Surface pen ever got released, users will be able to open applications, draw and use an onscreen keyboard with this pen. Microsoft can also include innovative features such as we saw in Windows 10 running personal computers and Laptops. It is believed that the corporation had prepared two distinct variants of the prototype tool, featuring a 1080p display and 1440p display. Other expected features include Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip combined with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage and 20MP primary camera.

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