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The Surface Pro 6 from Microsoft Might be Redesigned Until its Launch in 2019

These days, tech fans were thrilled to find out some news about the new laptop which Microsoft is preparing to launch in the next future. It looks like the device will be called Surface Pro 6, but the information is not 100% sure. According to some reports, the company is planning to redesign the laptop as it’s working hard on preparing the launch.

Experts claim that Microsoft won’t release it until the half of 2019, but possible users should expect to see a totally different design than what they’ve heard about so far. No details about the laptop’s technical specifications are clear so far, but we know that Microsoft is preparing a whole new look for Intel’s latest version of 8th generation processors. To avoid any leaks, it looks like Surface Pro 6 received the codename Carmel.

What should we expect to see within the Surface laptop

Tech experts speculate that the new laptop might come with the latest processors from Intel, but we don’t know if it will have an USB-C port added on any of both versions, Surface Pro or Surface Laptop. This would be a logical addition, since the company recently introduced another device with USB-C port, the Surface Book 2.

It looks like Microsoft is planning to keep the Surface Connector until other generations, because now it focuses on a brand new Surface-Branded headset. In terms of specifications, the mystery around the headset might be revealed; we know that it is similar to a Jabra Evolve.

The latest rumours connected to the Surface come from a Bloomberg report released last month. They launched the idea that Microsoft is working on a top-notch tablet for competing with Chromebooks and iPads for the educational department. The new tablet will feature a 10-inch display, charging by USB-C and will be lighter than the Surface Pro devices.

By Henry R. Lares

Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post.  In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.

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