Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Latest News & Update: Surface Pro 4 Price Drops Hints At New 2-in-1 Reveal

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Dec 06, 2016 05:53 AM EST
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The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is not expected to be out until the Spring of 2017. However, recent developments tied up to the Surface Pro 4 have ramped up some excitement.

Big price cuts for the Surface Pro 4 are out where customers can get hold of the current 2-in-1 model for as low as $649. This is the deal for the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 armed with an Intel Core M3 and 128 GB SSD, something which can be purchased at $250 less plus a free sleeve on Dec. 8.

Aside from that, the Microsoft Store will be sweetening deals come Dec. 12. Buyers will be getting a free cover alongside the Surface Pro 4.

The special deals on the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 are likely part of the company’s Holiday offering. However, it also indicates that inventories are being cleaned out to make room for a new batch of devices which many believe is the Surface Pro 5.

There are some customers likely to take up the big price off for the Surface Pro 4, a good buy this Christmas. For others who want the newer model, waiting could be an option.

As far as the Surface Pro 5 is concerned, the next flexibly device is expected to be more powerful. The belief is that Microsoft is waiting for key components to becoming readily available before releasing the tablet.

That includes the availability of the Intel Kaby Lake processor, something more powerful backed up by bigger RAM and internal storage. Other features expected for the Surface Pro 5 include the Apple Pencil, USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports. It is expected to run on Windows 10 and come with a reliable battery, BGR reported.

As mentioned in a previous post, there are unconfirmed reports that the Surface Pro 5 could come alongside a speculated Surface Phone. All these are hearsays but seeing a bundle offering will certainly be welcome to the techies out there.

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