Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs, Features No Different From Surface Pro 4? Release Date Set This Month?

19 October 2016, 7:17 am EDT By Ribhu . Mobile & Apps

Microsoft has announced an event later this month, with an invitation teasing their customers" to see whats next for Windows 10," but has considerably failed to give any weight to rumored reports of its surprise agenda of launching all new and improved much awaited Microsoft Surface Pro 5 along with speculated All-in-Once desktop PC.

Reports confirmed that this event will be focused on developments made on Windows 10 and the diverse gadgets that best work with the upgraded operating system.

More significantly, Microsoft will shed some light on othe cloud-based arrangements that the new OS offers. In addition to other things, this will permit users to get to their Microsoft account on desktops, cell phones, and notebooks, as long as it keeps running on Windows 10 Operating system.

If the rumors are to be believed, the all-new Surface Pro 5 and Surface Book 2 will be powered by all-new Intel Kaby Lake Chips Processor. In fact, it is believed so that the delay in the launch of these products is because of the processor. Apparently, Intel Kaby Lake Processor is designed to deliver maximum performance in minimal power usage, thereby providing much better battery life than its previous versions.

According to PC Advisor UK, although Surface Pro 5 is not expected until next year, diminishing prices of Surface Pro 4 suggests otherwise about its updated version to be arriving soon with an improved Surface Pen, which wirelessly charges itself when attached to the tablet.

It is also rumored that there will likewise be two variants for the Surface Pro 5, a low-end adaptation with a 2K display, and a top of the line form with 4K resolution. Both the devices will run on 16 GB of RAM. However, others specifications are believed to be same or an increment of a difference to the Surface Pro 4.

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