New reports are suggesting that the release date of Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 will coincide with the launch of Windows 10 in July, which will be free for current users.
Although many speculated that the tablet would be launched prior to the new operating system, the company seems to be likely to release it in coming weeks. In terms of specs, new speculation suggests that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will not include Windows 10 OS as part of its specs.
This is attributed to Microsoft’s recent announcement mentioning that developmental focus for the new operating system will remain on desktop versions before expanding into mobile. Microsoft officials are rumored to replace Intel’s Haswell processors with either Broadwell of Skylake chips for the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
Specs featured in the tablet also include a 12-inch display, a 5th generation Intel processor and an N-Trig surface pen, according to SlashGear . But consumers are also talking about its recently-confirmed predecessor tablet. The final Microsoft Surface Pro 3 price drop has been announced : the devices 128GB and 256GB versions can be purchased for $899 and $1,149 respectively.
Their original prices were $999 and $1,299.
The tablet went on sale in the United States on May 5; the device’s price dropped internationally on May 7.