Configurations of Surface Pro 7 leaked ahead of Microsoft Event
The Microsoft event is due next month while fans can’t wait for the new announcements related to it. As always, the amount of leaks and speculations are hitting the timber highly. It is safe to say that the new surface hardware is hitting the market shortly and these surface devices are surely due for an upgrade in the market.
People at WinFuture seem to have speculated about the new Surface Pro which might hit the market soon. An online publication which comes straight from Germany shares some SKU’s about the new Surface device and they are as follows.
- Microsoft Surface Pro 7, Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD
- Microsoft Surface Pro 7, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD
- Microsoft Surface Pro 7, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD
- Microsoft Surface Pro 7, Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
- Microsoft Surface Pro 7, Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
These configurations will only hit the audience in the European market but that necessarily doesn’t mean that the configurations which are in line for the US market cannot be hypothesized.
- The new Microsoft patent teases Surface Pro 7 along with C-Type USB pot.
- The new surface device which is powered by the Intel Ice Lake might be coming on soon.
Similar configurations for the US market?
We can only wait and see how things progress but this is all just a mere speculation of whether or not these speculations are accurate. It is also being said that the Surface Pro 7 might actually rear its head this year.
128GB of storage and 4GB memory is coupled with and Intel Core i3 Chip in this model. And according to the configurations, this is just a base model. It might sound surprising as the Surface Pro 6 in Germany is coming with an intel Core i5 and 8GB of memory.
If you’re a budget minded buyer, then this must be a great news for you as affording the premium costs of tablets might become a problem for you.
Since both the United States of America (USA) and Germany almost share the same configurations for the Surface Pro 6 model, apart from the 256GB model and it doesn’t have the 16GB Ram coupling in Germany.
It would be safe enough to say that the case with the Surface Pro 7 might be the same. This brings a good news for the buyers in USA as they will have the access to the intel Core i3 _4GB Ram available as the more reasonably priced option.
The base model of the Surface Pro 6 is starting at $899 ((£879, AU$1,145) at the time of its release. And if the prices of the Surface Pro 7 don’t get high then we can be looking at a new base model that would be available around $600 or maybe less than that. Surely, this will provide the Surface Pro 7 with a large and accessible market.
All of this information is merely based on speculations and we will have to wait for the exact launch of the Surface Pro 7 until that, every available information cannot be trusted completely.
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