Microsoft’s tablets are selling better, but to keep consumers interested in the same level of hardware, Microsoft needs to sell more models. One of the newest is Surface Pro 4, which is likely to meet our likely specifications.
If you believe in Tom Warrent, founder of WinRumors, Surface Pro 4 will be officially presented in October this year. The device is supposed to be a tablet much stronger than its predecessor. In a series of tweaks, Warren announced that the new model will be thinner and lighter than the Surface Pro 3, while also receiving a larger display. Probably, we will not find the USB Type C port, but a slightly older version of this interface, probably USB 3.0 or USB 3.1.
As far as specification is concerned, this device will probably get an Intel Skylake processor. It will be able to install up to 16GB of RAM, while the disk can have a capacity of up to 1TB. There will also be a larger battery installed and Windows 10 installed.