Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to Launch in 2 Variants on Oct 6 [REPORT]


Microsoft will be launching their Windows 10 Mobile OS in a few hours from now alongside the Lumia siblings - 950 and 950XL. While the Lumia 550 and Microsoft Band 2 are also supposed to be launched on the 6th, the real dark horse for the event is the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to Launch in 2 Variants on Oct 6 [REPORT]

On the eve of the Microsoft launch event at San Francisco tomorrow, a new leak states that the Redmond giant will have, not one but two variants of the Surface Pro 4 Tablet at the event.

Apparently the variants will sports displays of different sizes - 12 inch and 13 inch - to be precise. This new info comes as a surprise considering the fact that previous leaks had hinted at a tablet with changeable narrow bezels.

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The previous reports had suggested that the Surface Pro 4 will have a 13 inch display while docked in with the keyboard, and a 12 inch one in tablet mode.

Analysts believes that the Redmond giant can achieve this incredible change in display size by killing the additional pixels of the screen during the Tab mode, to make the display appear like a 12 inch one. It will in fact help users to have a proper grip of the tablet.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to Launch in 2 Variants on Oct 6 [REPORT]

However the new report from an Arabic new website W4phub claims that the Surface Pro 4 won't be coming with an interchangeable bezel display as most of us had previously hoped for.

Instead, there will be two variants touting two different display sizes. Both the panels will have a 2K (2560x1440) resolution though.

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Not much is known about the internal of the tablet. Only details known are the presence of the latest gen of Intel's Skylake SoC along with 4GB of RAM and 500GB of SSD.

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