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?Surface Pro 4? Coming In October? Skylake Processor A New Feature? Other Details Revealed!

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There are rumors that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 already has a release date, along with other info of some nifty upgrades compared from its predecessor.

We might expect to see the Surface Pro 4 around October this year, though there is still no confirmation if the information is accurate as there is no official announcement from Microsoft yet. So please take it with a grain of salt on the following details that you will be reading.

So far the reports are saying that the Surface Pro 4 will have a 2K resolution display (that would mean it will have 1440×2160 pixels) and comes with two screen variants; a 12-inch and 14-inch screen. It will also be running on Windows 10 (which is a free upgrade to current Windows 8.1 users as well as the older Windows 7), which has become a standard operating system for Microsoft as it was launched recently. The Surface Pro 3 was revealed on May 2014 and was launched at the following year

Like its predecessors, the Surface Pro 4 is expected to outperform the conventional personal computers with its ?PC and tablet? in-one-product package, making it a direct competitor with Apple?s Macbook and iPad as well.

Another interesting info is that it will have the latest Intel?s sixth generation Skylake processor, which we reported last week, is also available in the market. It is even possible that it will run on Samsung?s latest SSD with a capacity of 256 GB. As for the Surface Pro 4?s size, reports say that it would have the same dimensions as with the Surface Pro 3, which even include the keyboard add-on, but no specific details were mentioned if the keyboard will have new features.

It was also hinted that the Surface Pro 4 will have a built-in camera that will utilize the newest face-recognition application Windows Hello, which can be used as a security measure in use for biometric authentication.

Like we have mentioned before, these information are still not confirmed, but as October draws closer, we might get a new update maybe by next month about the upcoming Surface Pro 4.

 

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