Microsoft May Release Two Variants of Intel Core M Broadwell-Powered Surface Pro 4
Gabriel Roşu / 4 years ago
There have been a lot of talks about Apple’s upcoming iPad, the iPad Pro, which is said to be a device more oriented to the business side rather than the multimedia/entertainment market. However, Microsoft is looking to release an equal rival this year too.
The company is said to be working on a new Surface Pro 4, which may pick up where its predecessor left off. There might be two variant of the device, a 12-inch and a 14-inch model, both featuring a 2160 x 1440 resolution.
Under the hood, the Surface Pro 4 is said to boast Intel’s latest Core M Broadwell silicon-based 14nm technology CPU, which would make the tablet one of the first full-powered mobile devices shipping without a cooling fan. This rumor would most likely lead to the conclusion that the tablet will be much thinner and with a longer battery life.
While memory and storage is yet to be confirmed, speculations lead to the tablet coming with 8 or maybe even 16 GB of RAM and even bigger SSD storage than its predecessor. Microsoft is to be planning on releasing its new Surface Pro 4 in late Q2 2015.
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