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Author Topic: Microsoft Surface Note Gets Alcantara and 5.7 inch PixelSense Infinity Display  (Read 168 times)
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« on: November 26, 2017, 07:28:38 PM »
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We usually say that the Microsoft Surface Phone is going to borrow stuff from the Surface Book and Surface Pro, but thatís basically a generic saying. We have no idea what it will ACTUALLY borrow, but luckily designer Rafael Barbosa has some theories. And he decided to go with the new-fangled approach of the Surface Note, not just the Surface Phone.



The smartphone you see here gets a 5.7-inch PixelSense Infinity display, with compatibility with Surface Pen and Dial accessories. Thereís an Alcantara rear texture at the back side, which may look and feel nice, but thereís something off about it. I canít quite put my finger on it. Surface Note is IP68 certified, has a 12 MP back camera with 4K Video capture and itís much slimmer than previous Surface Note models.



Specs are rather predictable, with a Snapdragon 835 CPU, 6 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage. Thereís also Windows 10 in some shape or form here, plus Windows Hello for authentication. My favorite hue here is the green one, but the ďbrick redĒ one is also interesting. The design is a bit of a tribute to the Lumia series and Iím willing to bet that magnesium is in the mix here, like on the Surface Pro.

Notice the big flash for the selfie camera by the way. Unlike other designs, this one isnít a foldable machine, but rather a regular smartphone, albeit rather big, probably a 6 inch.











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