Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Latest News: Surface Pro 3's Unavailability On Microsoft’s Online Store Indicates Surface Pro 5 Arrival [VIDEO]By Tyrone Smith
Tech fans are excited over the possible release of Microsoft Surface Pro 5 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 event. Nonetheless, latest rumors indicate stronger points, bringing the upcoming 2-in-1 tablet on top of everyone's expectation.
As the rumors and speculations of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 continue to make rounds online, the Redmond, Washington based tech giant is on its hard time working to make the latest hybrid device at the best of every tech enthusiast's expectation. According to Tech Radar, one strong point of the imminent announcement of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is Surface Pro 3's unavailability on Microsoft's online store. Microsoft's website in the U.S., U.K., and Australia claim that the lightweight tablet notebook is no longer available.
Wherein, clicking on the Buy Now icon of Surface Pro 3 redirects online customers to the Microsoft Store's homepage. The possible discontinuation of the third-generation Surface-series 2-in-1 detachable is suggestive of Microsoft clearing Surface Pro 5's inventory space. Nevertheless, while the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to roll out at the MWC 2017 event, the device wouldn't be ready for shipment yet. Shipment of the upcoming Surface Pro 5 is expected to kick off in April.
In spite of that, an alleged image of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 has surfaced online, Phone Arena reported. Based on Surface Pro 5's leaked photo, the upcoming hybrid laptop might come along with a Type Cover along with the tech company's Surface Pen. Aside from the leaked image, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 might also feature a 4K display. Also, the upcoming 2-in-1 tablet might be powered by Intel's newest Kaby Lake processors.
In addition, the Surface Pro 5 is expected to run on Windows 10 full version. As for the price of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, there is a probability that the forthcoming gadget might cost similar to its predecessor.
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