'Microsoft Surface Pro 5' Release Date, News, Update: Infused with Kaby Lake Chipset, PixelSense Display, Windows 10 Redstone 2! Announced For 2017?
Ever since the release of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, issues arose from the users and buyers because of its drain from its battery life. This also includes issues with USB Type-C because most portable devices offer USB Type-C.
It is rumored and expected that Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will support this type and will give users the fast charging methods, which is helpful for those consumers that are always in a hurry. Other than the features mentioned, Surface Pro 5 is rumored to have the newest operating system installed and that is Windows 10 Redstone 2, which will be released in the same year of 2017.
Screen size, price, processors, and more
Furthermore, Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will have a slightly bigger screen compared to Surface Pro 4. The screen will be 13.3-inch display, one inch bigger than the previous device. In addition, Skylake's successor, Kaby Lake Processor, will bee infused with the tablet and rumored to be released at the end of 2016.
Based on the article from News Everyday, Surface Pro 5 will start at $899 and increases depending on the upgrades you put to increase and maximize specs for the said tablet. One example would be the configuration and increase in specs such as the RAM.
Mysteries of the release
Compared to the memories from other devices, the 256 GB memory and 8 GB RAM is the same for Microsoft Surface Pro 5, but most likely, users will have to spend separately for keyboard covers and upgrading the RAM to 16 GB is still a rumor, waiting it to be proven in the release in the near future.
Lastly, the release of the Surface Pro 5, as stated in Tech Times article, is still a mystery but to put together the releases from previous tablets, Surface Pro 3 was released last May 2014 and Surface Pro 4 was released last October 2015, Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be releasing sooner than expected. For more updates about Microsoft, stay tuned!