Microsoft is reportedly working on releasing a successor to the Surface Pro 4 – the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. This device has no release date yet, but according to the latest reports, we might soon get to see this device.
As it seems, Microsoft is having some huge plans for this coming summer and maybe beyond. One of the main products to be featured in these plans is the Surface Pro 5 – a device expected to better what the Surface Pro 4 has to offer. This event is hailed to be one of the biggest the company will hold this year as it looks to step up its competition in the tablet world – a world that is seemingly dying due to the emergence of phablets.
When we look at the Surface Pro 4, we get a slight idea of what the upcoming Surface Pro 5 will look like. No one can doubt the fact that last year’s Surface Pro came in with a high grade of excellence. Given that the new Surface Pro 4 is destined to be its successor, offering even better specs and features, we expect the device to be a very exciting one.
Apparently, the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be available at a starting price of $899. This is not very different from a number of offerings out there, including the device’s predecessors. However, the good side of the story is that the new tablet will feature advanced features and hardware than any of its predecessors.
According to the latest reports, Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be here this coming July. However, this has not been confirmed by the Windows OS maker, meaning you shouldn’t hesitate taking things with a grain of salt. It is possible that the tablet might be here in fall, especially now that Intel has already showcased its latest chipset.
The upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to be powered by the latest gen Intel chipset, but due to the delays experienced in coming up with the chip, it started emerging that the company might release the tablet with a slightly older chipset on board. Still, the Redmond Company hasn’t said a word on this.
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