Microsoft's Surface All-In-One PC to Launch in October

Microsoft's Surface All-In-One PC to Launch in October

Microsoft's Surface All-In-One PC to Launch in October

Microsoft is believed to be working on an all-new all-in-one Surface PC, likely to be introduced in October. We’ve already got similar rumours in July, and now Mary Jo Foley of ZDnet claims that Microsoft is likely to host a late October event to introduce the new Surface device dubbed Cardinal, which is guessed to be the new AIO.

The postponement in the launch of the second-generation Surface Book from the second half of 2016 to first half 2017 is probably the cause of the release of an October release of a Surface AIO PC. The specifications of the upcoming PC have been kept under wraps and rumors will likely begin as we approach closer to the event. Foley adds that the date is maybe in the latter half of October, and may be on October 26.

Early this year, there were rumors that Microsoft might release a new Surface Phone in October. As per the various news reports, Microsoft may be introducing the Surface Phone in October this year, and will also be announcing it in three variants. One is expected to have 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, the second with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, and the third having 8GB RAM and 512GB storage.

Though the Surface Phone is likely to look very similar to recent Lumia smartphones, it's likely going to pack a lot more hit in the hardware department. Reports specify it will have the Intel Atom X3 processor with a 5.5-inch QHD Super AMOLED display and 21MP/8MP camera combination in a Magnesium Aluminum body. No other facts have been out on the possible new phone just yet!

The best we know about the upcoming Surface all-in-one or Surface book 2 devices is that it will pack Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors, it is intended for the living room, the signature pixel screen technology of Surface devices and that it will contain a 3D camera as well as a modular; apart from these Microsoft has shown no major feature of the machine. 

Microsoft is being distant when it comes to making big discloses about their newest release. The last news was that there will be some minor improvements in the company’s existing surface devices like processor upgrades. 

The Surface All-in-One will be powered by Windows 10. Microsoft had functional for a patent for all-in-one modular PC back in 2015, and it was available this year earlier in February. The Surface device may come in either 21-inch, 24-inch, or 27-inch options, or all three

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