Microsoft's rumored "Surface Pro 4" is likely to be launched at the company's annual Build conference later this month, a new report claims.
Taiwanese site DigiTimes claims that Microsoft is planning to unravel its much talked about hybrid computer later this month. The high-end tablet is said to enter mass production in June and will be released along with Windows 10 in the second half of 2015.
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Production starting in June would allow Microsoft to release the new Surface tablet within September, the month in which Apple traditionally refreshes its iPad line.
Microsoft has shown that it's not afraid to sell premium device - as evidenced from the success of the Surface Pro 3. The company recently unraveled its new Surface 3 tablet at a much lower cost compared to the Surface Pro 3, which starts at $799.
A lot has been said and written about the so-called Surface Pro 4. According to some media reports, the Surface Pro 4 is expected to have a display of either 12 or 14-inches.
Rumors cited by Design & Trend suggest that a 10-inch model might be unveiled, alongside the 14-inch variant. Apparently, the 10-inch model will sport a "less impressive display resolution", while 14-inch version will likely have a 2160 x 1440 pixel display resolution.
TechRadar, on the other hand, claims that the Surface Pro 4 could come with a 1 TB native storage, alongside a healthy 16GB of on-board storage.
The Build developer conference will be held between April 29 and May 1
What do you think of this news? Would you prefer a new Surface Pro 4 over a cheaper Surface 3 model?