Microsoft’s rumored Surface Phone, the replacement for its disastrous Windows Phone line, is rumored to be one year away. The April 2017 launch is expected to coincide with Redstone 2, the second major upgrade to Windows 10 for PC and mobile. In the first case, Windows Phone is already pretty secure. You don’t hear about rampant vulnerabilities like in Android or about malware. Then again, malware writers don’t target platforms that have less than 2 percent market share. In the second case, Microsoft has been trying to make Windows Phone a productivity device with support for Microsoft products. So, that makes sense.