Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Release Date And Rumors Update: 12-inch Screen With 2K Resolution Tipped, Unveiling July 29?
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is one of the most anticipated Microsoft devices and according to rumors it will be released in July, alongside the upcoming Windows 10 operating system.
According to rumors, Surface Pro 4 will be fashioned after its predecessor, Surface Pro 3 and will have a 12-inch screen with 2K resolution. Microsoft is planning to equip the hybrid device with the latest Windows 10 OS.
Master Herald reported that the tablet-replacement device will have a 16 GB of RAM and up to 1TB of internal storage capacity. Reportedly, the Redmond-giant will be working with Intel for the integration of the latter's new Skylake processor chip in the upcoming device.
According to The REM, Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will be equipped with a technology to create a virtual experience called "HoloLens." There's a huge possibility that the HoloLens technology will be incorporated in the Surface Pro 4, The REM noted.
The combination of the Surface Pro 4 and HoloLens devices proves that "Virtual Reality and tablet gaming are going to be two of the major areas of focus for Microsoft heading into the next two years," The REM wrote.
HoloLens is expected to launch by the end of next year.
Surface Pro 4 will also come with a stylus pen that will go well with the touch screen.
The device is expected to cost somewhere between $1200 and $2000.
Softpedia claims that the device will be unveiled alongside the Windows 10 on July 29.