Mar 12, 2017 12:07 PM EDT
Good news for fans of Microsoft Surface Pro 5 who kept waiting. The tablet will come with Surface Dial and Kaby Lake.
PCAdvisor reported that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will not be unveiled until at least the spring of 2017. After the tablet was not featured at the Mobile World Congress 2017 event, no clues have been left until today.
Eventually, a new hope arises of the possible domination of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 in Spring together with the Windows 10 Operating system. A leaked image from the French press hub gave a clue of a possible launch date of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, that resulted to several speculations.
Meanwhile, according to Droid Report, the highly-anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be a 2-in-1 hybrid device which is said to the outcome the iPad Pro 2. It is because the Surface Pro 5 is speculated to come with the high-performance Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake processor.
Additionally, reports claim that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will come fully packed with Surface Dial, Cover Keyboard, and a Stylus. Also, its body is expected to come in a lightweight aluminum case with a 12.3- inches screen.
Besides, its 12.3 inches screen is not just ordinary for it will come with an Ultra HD/4K displays. The RAM of Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will also be in a higher configuration as well as its graphics and will have the connectivity of a USB Type-C support.
What makes the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 amazing is that it is expected to have a robust performance battery and can be used as a laptop or a tablet either. To note, Microsoft Surface Pro 3 had been phased out on Microsoft stores, which leads people to believe that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will come in surprise. Tech pundits believe that with all the respective features of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, it will be a very popular tablet of all time.
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