Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to be Showcased at Annual Build Conference 2015

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    Even though the Surface Pro 3 continues to sell well in the premium tablet market, it's performance may leave a lot to be desired. A rumored Surface Pro 4 may join the recently unveiled Surface 3 sometime in October 2015.

    To ensure that the next-generation Surface tablet is desirable for a longer period of time, Microsoft is apparently preparing to launch the Surface Pro 4 full of the latest tech, if the alleged rumors are to be believed.

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    Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to be Showcased at Build Conference 2015

    According to the latest report from Inquisitor, Microsoft will reportedly unveil the Surface Pro 4 this month at its annual BUILD developers conference, however, the upcoming Surface Pro 4 won't reach the retail market until October, when Windows 10 is released.

    The top-notch hybrid computer device is supposed to pack some serious specifications, according to Venture Capital Post. The Surface Pro 4 will reportedly sport a 4K screen, Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processor options, 16GB of RAM and a working stylus. However, these specifications are yet to be verified.

    Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to be Showcased at Build Conference 2015

    Earlier reports that surfaced in the beginning of this year said that the new Surface Pro 3 would be launched in the month of June or maximum by July. Just a few days ago, Microsoft introduced the Surface 3 in the U.S., a 10.1-inch tablet that costs $499 (approximately Rs. 31,437). Like the Surface Pro 3, the newly launched tablet will be upgradable to the Windows 10 OS.

    We're sure to hear more about the Surface Pro 4 in the coming months. Apparently, Apple is also expected to announce its much talked about iPad Pro in the second half of 2015. Both devices are said to target the enterprise market.

    Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to be Showcased at Build Conference 2015

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