Rumor mills were rife that Surface Pro 5 will be Microsoft's upcoming surprise to its followers. But, a recent update about the Microsoft's next seems to be pointing towards another direction. Leaked images of an upcoming Surface Pro tablet has floored the internet, adding an all new fresh twist to the clamor.
Earlier it was pitched that Surface Pro 5 will be the successor to Surface Pro 4, which will most probably be released on May 23. Brushing off the rumor, the global tech giant has asserted that Surface Pro 5 won't be released anytime soon. The company has apparently planned to adapt some distinctive software and hardware changes in their Surface Pro 5 tablet following which it is going to take some time for the release.
So clearly, the rumored upcoming Surface Pro tablet won't be from the series. The device, which is dubbed as Surface Pro, will be unveiled in the next Microsoft event, to be held in China.
The leaked information and image show that the upcoming device will wear a similar structure like its predecessor Surface Pro 4. Though it will be a lookalike, the tablet will be equipped with some upgraded features. It will basically be a refined version of the Surface Pro 4.
In terms of the software, nothing much has been revealed in detail about the specifications till now. However, the upcoming gadget will definitely come with its set of accessories including the pen, mouse, and keyboard besides different color options. There might be some changes in the configuration of the tablet along with its accessories.
The latest Surface Pro tablet is expected to be unveiled on May 23 in Shanghai. We will give you a detailed analysis of the tablet once it is launched. So stay tuned for it! Meanwhile, you can check our blog 'Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Specs, Price' for a preview about the much-talked-about tablet.
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