Surface Book 2 and Surface phone are both Upcoming devices. The devices will fall in the top-end category. After receiving a great response with Microsoft Surface Book, the company is all set to launch the sequel, which will be named the Microsoft Surface Book 2. The Surface Phone will be the debut of the company in the top-end market segment.

Two-in-one laptop details

In terms of display, the new Surface Book 2 could have the same 13.5-inch panel, but with a 4K resolution: 3,840 x 2,160. The laptop will also be backed by an integrated Intel HD Graphics 520 GPU to support 4K videos. The device is rumored to be a high-tech model and will give tough competition to Apple's pro series in the high-end market.

According to SegmentNext, on the processor front, this device will function on Intel’s latest processing Coffee Lake CPU. The upcoming Surface Book 2 could also feature a USB-C Type. In terms of design and look, it is rumored that the Surface Book 2 might have detachable look, which means that the display could be detached to go into tablet mode.

In comparison to its previous model, the laptop will have a better battery life and will run for an eight- hour stretch after a full charge. Not only is this, but Microsoft s also expected to launch another device named - Surface Pen. With these, specifications and rumors it is sure that the flagship device will be better than before. The laptop is expected to initially cost in the region of $1,499. There are strong indications that it will cost more the Surface Pro and the Surface Laptop.

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Microsoft's upcoming flagship phone

The upcoming phone is speculated to have a 5.7-inch display and will probably be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC, the same used in Samsung's S8. It will be running on latest Windows 10 and the company is also planning to introduce three variants of the Surface phone. Apparently, one variant will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, and the other two might feature Snapdragon 820 or Snapdragon 821, which are also available in One Plus 3T, Google Pixel, and Samsung Galaxy S7.

It is widely rumored that the phone is expected to have an external mouse and keyboard, thereby giving the users a complete desktop experience. Keeping these features in mind the phone might be priced much more in comparison to the previous phones produced by Microsoft. The flagship smartphone might cost around $700 in the US and Europe.