Mar 02, 2017 10:59 AM EST
The release of Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is still a big question. Plus, its absence at the MWC 2017 resulted in speculation of the impossible release date this year.
No Microsoft Surface Pro 5 was announced at the Mobile World Congress 2017. Because of this, gadget fans and tech enthusiast gets very disappointed and speculates that there is no possible release of the tablet this year.
The GSMA Mobile World Congress or MWC is a big event featuring the combination of the world's largest exhibition. The MWC shows how the mobile industry grows rapidly as well as it features prominent executives of different companies.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is a great product which if ever exhibited will be featured on top. However, according to Tom's Guide, there are only eight products that stood at the MWC 2017 above others. Among the products are LG G6, Moto G5 Plus, Huawei Watch 2, Samsung Gear VR Controller, Sony Xperia Touch, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, Lenovo Yoga 720 and Sony motion Eye.
On the other hand, there's still a strong indication that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be released this year. If fans are lucky enough, it can be also possible for a release date in the first quarter of 2017 or in April.
Inquisitr reported that the unavailability of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 on online stores makes a clear statement that a new flagship is coming. In addition, Microsoft said to revealed previously the Creators Update rollout this April 2017. Giving possibility that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be launch by then.
Meanwhile, famous Microsoft analyst, Paul Thurrott's prediction for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 release date would definitely be in the Spring of 2017. Now, the release date of the tablet is still hanging and draw people to a conclusion since its expected announcement at the MWC 2017 was negative.