There is no denying that the Surface Phone is one of the most-talked-about products despite the absence of any confirmation from Microsoft on its existence.
While there were rumors earlier this month claiming that Microsoft would finally unveil the Surface Phone in the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) happening in Barcelona, Spain from Feb. 27 to Mar. 2, 2017, the latest reports claim that the alleged Microsoft handset meant to replace the Lumia line may not be in existence after all.
Sources opine that Microsoft may need to polish the Surface Phone before releasing it to the market.
However, despite the lack of any official word from the company, it is heavily speculated that the device is already in Microsoft’s pipeline.
After all, it was no less than Microsoft’s director for engineering Laura Butler who hinted the existence of the device when she said on her tweet a few months ago that the “Surface Phone is NOT confirmed.”