Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to Debut Indian Market from February 2016 [Report]

By Vigneshwar

After the series of announcement from Apple and Google recently, it's time for the Redmond giant, Microsoft Corporation to take up the stage.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to Debut Indian Market from February 2016

In today's Microsoft event, one can expect an array of new devices including the Lumia Flagship devices, Microsoft Band 2, Windows 10 for Lumia devices and the Surface Pro 4. This significant announcement will be crucial for the company in terms of mobile and tablet market, as it has witnessed consecutive failure over the past.

Prior to this announcement, the company has shared a report regarding the launch of Surface Pro 4 tablet in the Indian market. As per the company report, the Surface Pro tablets is expected to be launched in the first quarter of next year.

Further, the devices include Surface Pro 3 and the upcoming Surface Pro 4 devices will be available for sale in Microsoft Priority stores from February 2016.

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If the rumors turn out to be true, Microsoft is also planning to sell its 2 in 1 and convertible devices from other OEMs in India. As of now, the Microsoft Priority Stores sells Lumia handsets along with Windows 10 laptops from other manufacturers like Dell, HP.

Moving on to the specification of the tablet, the Surface Pro 4 is likely to Intel Skylake processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB flash storage, Windows Hello based biometric login, new smart frame feature, option to wake the PC from sleep using a voice command, battery life upgrades.

Sounds exciting isn't it? You can watch the live streaming of the Microsoft event on GizBot tonight. Stay tuned to GizBot to get more information about the Microsoft devices.

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