Surface Pro 6, to be ‘heavily redesigned’ for debut in 2019

Reports have reached us from our sources which say that Microsoft has plans to make some model changes to the Microsoft Surface Pro by next year. According to the reports, the Surface Pro 6 as it is referred to for now will not be hitting the market until the middle of next year, be that as it may, it will be “heavily redesigned.” We have no details as of yet of what this redesign will look like or what it will carry, however, we got another tip that informed us the Surface Pro 6 is codenamed Carmel. Microsoft is also working on another project – the latest Intel 8th generation processors.


Further reports that we received from our sources have notified us that a Surface Laptop could be making its headway to the tech market by the fall and it will have within it the latest Intel processors. We suspect that the Surface Laptop as well as the redesigned Surface Pro are both going to have a USB-C port, although we are yet to ascertain that. Truth be told, it would be a smart option and would be more reasonable for the tech giant to incorporate the USB-C into these new devices particularly since the company introduced the Surface Book 2 with a USB-C port not too long ago. Although there is a huge chance Microsoft will save its Surface Connector for the next generation. Our sources report that the Surface Connector or mystery device as it is popularly called is the same as a Jabra Evolve.

These recent reports that we have gotten concerning the Surface devices came after a report that was published in the previous month by an esteemed source which disclosed that Microsoft was working on $400 Surface tablets that will be better fit as a competition for the Chromebooks and iPads in education. More so on the report, the Surface tablets will have 10-inch displays, USB-C for charging and they will have a weight that’s exactly 20 percent lighter the weight of the present Surface Pro devices.



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