Apple iPhone 7 vs Microsoft Surface Phone: Head-To-Head Rumor Mash-Up

There have been a lot of rumors circulating about why mobile manufacturers are keeping their latest releases until the end of the year. Whether it is because the companies are waiting for the latest processors to come out, or they are just seeking for competition, the public is eager to learn which among them will reign supreme.

Apple has not officially released the design of their upcoming iPhone 7, but prototypes have been leaked and experts have made their assessments based on the same. According to Vibe, the new iPhone will sport a dual lens camera system, which will give users SLR quality photos and even give images a 3D effect.

The 16GB option will no longer be available for the iPhone 7, with the minimum now starting at 32GB. It is also expected that Apple will continue to introduce new colors for their mobile line, which will be deep blue this time around. In fact, the company is expected to drop space grey to make room for the new dark blue.

From the prototype photos, it seems the iPhone 7 will no longer have a headphone jack. Reportedly, Apply has come up with a new set of headphones that are Bluetooth compatible, so there is no need for such. Another thing that seems to be missing is the home button. Analysts are suggesting that all buttons will now be accessible though the touch screen.

Meanwhile, the Microsoft Surface Phone will come with the Kaby Lake processor, according to Christian Daily.  It will also come with Windows 10 pre-installed, which is why the company is holding off on the release for now. The processor from Intel is expected to arrive next year, while Windows 10 has no release date yet.

There will be three options for the Surface Phone, which will all sport a QWERTY keyboard -  4GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage or 6GM of RAM and 128 GB of storage space. The pro version will come with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.

The Surface Phone will also come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB-C port and a 20MP Carl Zeiss camera.

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