Surface Pro 9 with excellent specs is around the corner
The ninth iteration of Microsoft's very own Surface Pro is apparently gearing up to launch and was just recently spotted being certified on FCC.
The Surface Pro 9 will arrive with various new features like the latest Windows 11 OS, WiFi 6, and a 5G enabled chipset for one of its variants. These processor options will apparently also include both ARM-based and even Intel processors as well. Now, the upcoming Surface Pro model from the American tech giant was spotted on the FCC certification database. Based on a WindowsLatest report, the Surface Pro 9 is rumoured to launch in both a 5G enabled and WiFi only variants.
The new Surface Pro will reportedly start from 128GB model, but will also come in a 256GB, 512Gb, and 1TB storage configuration. Similarly, memory options include 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB of RAM. In other words, the top-end 1TB model will be paired with 32GB of RAM. It is believed that the 5G enabled Surface Pro 9 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chipset, while another variant will use Intel’s latest 12th Gen CPU.
Unfortunately, finer details regarding the Surface Pro 9 is still unknown. However, if it is at all similar to the previous generation. Meaning, same as the Surface Pro 8, it could feature a display around 13 inch that has a 2880 x 1920 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The FCC certification also showcases Qualcomm’s Smart Transmit 3.0, which brings the Snapdragon X70 modem that brings 5G connectivity and improve uplink speeds.