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Surface Phone: Rumors Point To Desktop Apps, Microsoft’s Delayed Release For Win32 Support

If rumors are true, Microsoft would finally be unveiling its highly anticipated Surface Phone sometime later this year. While the Redmond-based tech giant has not confirmed anything yet as of writing, the increasing number of speculations emerging from the rumor mill suggests that things are finally underway in the development of a handset that would meet the description of what CEO Satya Nadella termed as the “ultimate mobile device.
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