Surface Pro 7 – expectations are high
People are already talking about Microsoft Surface Pro 7 even though it has only been a few months since the launch of Surface Pro 6.
The Surface Pro 7 is expected to be thinner than its predecessor and a more performant processor and higher internal storage. Undoubtedly, the Surface Pro series of Microsoft represents a significant improvement in technology, in general, and in convertible tablet, in particular. While Surface Pro 6, which rolled out in October 2018, was well-received by customers, we also expect Microsoft Surface Pro 7 to be very appreciated once it launches this year.
Regarding the design, Microsoft Surface Pro 7 would come out with a thinner case, slimmer bezels around the display, and rounded corners. Some expect that Surface Pro 7 to look similar to Apple’s iPad Pro tablets. Also, the keyboard of the Surface Pro 7 would be thinner than that of Surface Pro 6.
As for the technical specs, Surface Pro 7 would boast either 8 or 16 GB of RAM, similar to the last year’s Surface Pro 6, but it would come with a larger storage unit and more performant processor. The device might come out with other changes as well, but at the moment we heard nothing about them.
The 2018 Surface Pro 6 came out in October of the last year. Rumors indicate that Microsoft Surface Pro 7 would roll out in Q4 2019, most likely, in October 2019, too. Accordingly, we expect Microsoft Surface Pro 7 to launch in October 2019, although it might come out later this year.
Nonetheless, along with the rollout of Microsoft Surface Pro 7 tablet-computer device, we expect the giant tech company to launch a new Surface laptop and a Surface Go device, as well. The Surface Go series is Microsoft’s mid-range, affordable-priced tablets lineup.