Mar 15, 2017 12:10 PM EDT
Much-awaited Microsoft Surface Pro 5 release date is still a question. Likewise, its processor is in battle whether Kaby Lake or 635.
Some reports claim that the Redmond Washington-based tech giant company already has the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 ready except for its processor. There are fans and tech enthusiasts who believe in the speed and capability of the Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 processor. While others cast their votes for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 processor.
In a report published from DDN, one major reason that causes the delay of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 tablet is the availability of the Intel Kaby Lake processor. This could mean, that some pundits believe the Core i7 will be used for the Surface Pro 5 tablet.
If this is true, the said Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 processor when used for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be set in a compatible 16GB or RAM. With this high specification, is the assurance that the Windows 10 Creators Update Operating System.
On the other hand, there are some leaks claiming that Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will come with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 processor instead of the Kaby Lake. According to Droid Report, the Snapdragon 635 processor has the capability to extend the tablet's battery life as compared to the Kaby Lake.
If this happens, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will come with a 16GB of RAM and 512GB internal storage. More so, some leaks provide the coming of the tablet with the features of 12.3-inch Ultra HD/4K displays, a robust battery, and a USB-C connection.
On top of this, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to have a rechargeable Surface Pen and Surface Dock. This will come to compete with the Apple iPad Pro pen and will boast a 4K detachable screen, Surface Dial, and the HoloLens support.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Book and Apple iPad Pro 2. So, it the three tablets would be released this year, the market will be facing a massive competition.
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