This year, there is a much predicted official announcement of Surface Pro 5. It is awaited with great anticipation this year. While Samsung's latest hybrid, Galaxy Book, is a bit more popular than Surface Pro 4, the newest Surface generation will be out soon.
Even as the Surface Pro 4 can manage the software, the fifth edition will most probably have a processor gain for its requirements. The Surface Pro 5 is expected to be out in a couple of variants, 2K and 4K display. Its professional tools will also include film and photo editors. Its Pro device is expected to show an updated Surface Pen with a magnetic charging dock, says a leaked patent, according to University Herald.
For those who are not fully aware of it, the Surface Pro series happens to be Microsoft's 2-in-1 range of Windows 10 devices. Microsoft might integrate a USB type C port along with additional features on its tablet. There are speculations that Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 processor will power up the Surface Pro 5. It is also expected that the 4K display model is going to be on the top tier, showing its premium specs. Those will include a 4K display as well as 16 gigs of RAM on board. People who have budgeted for it can expect that Microsoft will ship Surface Pro 5 with lesser RAM spaces.
After launching the next-gen Surface Pro 5, there will be a rival that will give it a perspective, according to PCAdvisor. A hybrid tablet, Galaxy Book, with a sleek design and power-packed hardware has been announced by Samsung. Surface Pro 5's inevitable comparison with the premium model, 12-inch Galaxy Book remains. Samsung will include a Super AMOLED panel, 2160 x 1440 resolutions display and Intel Kaby Lake. Its 8 GB of RAM will make for its fast performance. The Surface Pro 5 release is likely to be in Spring 2017.