Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Slated In Spring; Hybrid Device Will Feature AMD Ryzen Chipset & Windows 10 Creators Update [VIDEO]
The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to be unveiled in Spring this year. The said hybrid device will reportedly boast AMD Ryzen chipset along with the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update.
According to Droid Report, the Microsoft Corporation fans have been waiting for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 to make its first appearance during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 which take place at Barcelona. Nevertheless, the expected highlight of the event was a no-show making the company's fans thinks that the Redmond-based company has another plan. Recent, reports suggest that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will debut on April 11 along with Windows 10 Creators Update.
When it comes with the specs, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 was previously to flaunt Intel's latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors. Conversely, a present news suggests that the successor of Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will be engineered with AMD Ryzen CPU that will make the device power efficient.
Furthermore, MobiPicker has learned that speculations have developed after a similar device like Surface Pro was utilized in the teaser for the film "Alien: Covenant." The sneak peek showed a scientist using the allegedly Microsoft Surface Pro 5 and afterward inserting a chip with the AMD logo on the head of Walter which was played by Michael Fassbender. In case Microsoft will really shift from Intel to AMD, this wouldn't be a surprise since the AMD Ryzen chipset has garnered a lot of good feedback after the launch.
Aside from being engineered with AMD Ryzen, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will also feature Windows 10 Creators Update. It might also boast a stunning 4K display, USB Type-C and a magnetic stylus which has supports for wireless charging technology.
If the speculation about the April 11 release of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, it appears that the fans of the company will just have to wait for less than a month. Moreover, incorporating AMD Ryzen chipset to the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 successor is just a sign that the Redmond-based tech giant is just living up its philosophy.