Surface Pro 5 release date news, updates and features: Device to make its appearance in early 2017?


#Microsoft #SurfacePro5Surface Pro 5 release date news, updates and features: Device to make its appearance in early 2017? : With Microsoft’s relatively recent launch of the Surface Pro 4 in October last year, the tech giant might not be fit to release the Surface Pro 5 this year.

In junction with this, the latest reports indicate that Microsoft’s Surface Pro 5 will not come out this October and will instead be released in spring 2017. However, there are also reports suggesting that the Surface Pro 5 will be launched this October to face-off with Apple’s MacBook Pro 2016 release.

Microsoft’s upcoming device might still be gearing up for its needed upgrades including the expected release of their operating system, Windows 10 upgrade. The device is also reportedly waiting for the successor to Intel’s processor Skylake, the Kaby Lake processor, which entails a brand new meaning of speed with regard to central processing unit (CPU) performance.

Besides the Kaby Lake processor and the Windows 10 upgrade, the Surface Phone 5 is also reported to have a 16-megapixel back camera coupled with an 8-megapixel front camera, an 16 GB RAM, a 4K display, a USB 3.1 support and enhanced battery life cycles, according to a report.

One of the most anticipated features of the device lies in the compatibility of the Surface Pro 5 with the rechargeable Surface Pen. According to a report, an upgraded Surface Pen in comparison to the versions for Surface Pro tablet is expected.

The new add-on will be capable of charging wirelessly when magnetically attached to the device. With regard to the price of Surface Pro 5, it is expected that it would not differ much from the Surface Pro 4 but will entail a more expensive price for different versions with higher specs and better performance.

Microsoft has yet to confirm or debunk any of the rumors about the Surface Pro 5’s features. As of now, there is still no official release date for the device.Source: mnrdaily