Tech giant, Microsoft is now set to host an event on September 22, which the firm confirmed earlier this week. This will be a virtual event, where Microsoft is expected to officially launch Microsoft Surface Pro 8, Surface Go 3, and the latest version of Surface Duo. Ahead of the launch, WinFuture.de has supposedly leaked some features of the Microsoft Surface Go 3. The said device will reportedly come with a 10.5-inch form constituent, similar to its forerunner with a magnesium compound casing and optional keyboard case.
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Microsoft Surface Go 3 to Be Powered by Intel’s 10th Generation
Furthermore, beneath the hood, the Microsoft Surface Go 3 is supposed to be powered by Intel’s 10th generation Amber Lake Y CPUs. The base alternative of the Microsoft Surface Go 3 was located in a Geekbench 4 recently. According to the listing, the device will transmit with the Pentium Gold 6500Y chip paired with 4GB of RAM.
Moreover, the higher-end alternative will reportedly ship with Intel’s Core i3-10100Y SoC which has a core clock speed of 1.3 GHz and can be increased all the way to 3.9 GHz varying on what the user is working on. This modification will consist of 8GB RAM. The remaining details are currently under the wraps.
The Launch Event to Be Hosted Online
In addition to this, the forthcoming Microsoft event will commence at 8:00 AM PT. Intrigued users will be able to watch the event live via the firm’s website. Microsoft’s events are normally organized in person however, due to the existing spread of coronavirus, all big-ticket launch events now occur online.
Moreover, other than Surface Go 3, the company is further expected to roll out a new Surface laptop and the Surface Duo 2 foldable smartphone. The Surface Pro 8 may break cover during this event as well.