#SurfacePro5 #Tablet – Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price, Specs and Release Date: 2-in-1 tablet boasts 4K Ultra HD display, 16GB RAM, Kaby lake processor, 256GB storage : Recent rumors states that the new device Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is speculated to be launched in the early 2017 with amazing specs and features.
The below mentioned features are the latest rumors which makes the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 toughest device to handle by other rival devices in that segment.
Display: Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is speculated to have a wider screen display which carries 2k resolution. It is also reported that another variant of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to come with a 4K Ultra HD display.
Processor: Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to be powered with the Intel’s amazingly developed new chipset called the Kaby Lake which is capable to provide the users a 25 percent performance boasts along with best battery efficiency.
As there are rumors suggesting that the Intel’s Kaby lake processor will arrive in the second quarter of 2017, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 may land into the tech market with the current best Sky Lake processor.
OS: Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to boom-in with the newest OS developed by Microsoft, Windows 10 Redstone 2. The new operating system from Microsoft is expected to be launched in early 2017. RAM: Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected have 16GB RAM coupled with the most likely Kaby Lake processor.
Battery and Storage: The most disappointing feature in the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 was the battery drain issues and Microsoft is expected to be concentrating on the weakness of its previous model and reassuring such issues may not be repeated back. Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to feature 256GB onboard storage same as its previous model- Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
Price: Based on the existing model Microsoft Surface Pro 4 prices, the new model is expected to arrive at a price tag of $899 and the higher version is likely to reach up-to $1,599. Microsoft has not released any official statement on the Surface Pro 5 device. Source: hngn