Redmond-based software giant Microsoft has been long rumored to plan the launch of a Surface Phone, something that did not happen so far, but that might become a reality now that the company bought Nokia.
While it might take a while before such a device is actually built and brought to the market, this does not prevent enthusiasts from dreaming of the day when the smartphone is made official.
Of course, there’s no info available on what the phone would have to offer and what it would look like, but one designer took their time to envision what users could receive in case Microsoft is indeed building such a device.
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