Surface Pro 5 & Surface Book 2 October Launch Confirmed?

Herman Weaver
September 19, 2016

The company now has a slew of new products to introduce, including a new Surface all-in-one PC called the Cardinal.

According to reports, Microsoft may release the highly anticipated Surface Pro 5 within this year and it could be announced sometime in October.

One such tech could be an on-screen fingerprint screen, as a recent patent belonging to the firm seems to be hinting that such a feature is now being work on behind the closed doors at Microsoft.

The Surface Book 2 is expected to boast several new features and outshine the first Surface Book iteration released past year.

As far as this new model is concerned, it's believed that Microsoft wants to equip it with the most advanced hardware to date, including the latest CPUs, plus new tech that would provide it a substantial advantage in the fight against iPhones and Android flagships.

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Country Caller claims that the Surface Pro 5 will be unveiled next month, which obviously will be a big spectacle for tablet device fans.

Besides, Intel already confirmed that its 14-nanometer Kaby Lake processors, alongside a new HP laptop and a new Dell Ultrabook, won't come out until 2016's tail-end.

The company wants to compete with Apple's MacBook Pro 2016, writes Mobile & Apps. The company is also expected to release several new software updates for existing Surface products in the coming months. The update is expected to be ready by spring of 2017. Together with the Surface Book 2, the public may also get to see the Surface Pro 5, the all-new Surface Phone, and the all-in-one Surface PC. And for the first time in a very long time, the maker of the Windows operating system will try to grab the spotlight away from the iPad with its upcoming Surface Pro 5. For starters, Surface Pro 5 is said to be powered by the seventh-gen Intel Kaby Lake processing chipset, making it faster and efficient, compared to the current-gen Surface Pro. As for its camera, the device may sport a 16-megapixel lens at the rear part and an 8-megapixel lens at the front.

Hence, Microsoft is determined to continue its dominance over its main rival with Surface Pro 5. Stay tunes on GameNGuide for more updates!

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