Surface Pro 8 will have at least 10 variants with the latest generation Intel Core and 4G versions

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Surface Pro 8 will have at least 10 variants with the latest generation Intel Core and 4G versions
Surface Pro 8 will have at least 10 variants with the latest generation Intel Core and 4G versions

For another year, Microsoft is unlikely to present major visual changes to the newest generation of Surface Pro, expected to arrive in early 2021. Even with the company revealing a Surface Laptop Go with a more modern design with thin edges and a screen with rounded corners, this aesthetic pattern will not be seen on Surface Pro 8 .

Already leaked in images at the beginning and end of November , the WinFuture website now discloses details of the versions that Microsoft is planning for its tablet that turns into a notebook.

According to the information obtained, there will be at least 10 storage variants with new generation Intel Core i5 and i7 versions and support for 4G LTE in three cheaper models.

The more robust versions will have up to 32 GB of RAM and will be equipped with 1 TB of SSD, in addition to offering Intel Core i7 (1165G7) with four cores and clocked at 4.7 GHz. The price, however, must exceed the mark of 3 thousand euros for the most powerful version. Check out the list of expected models below:

  • Surface Pro 8 4G with Core i5 and 8 GB + 128 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 4G with Core i5 and 8 GB + 256 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 4G with Core i5 and 16 GB + 256 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i5 and 8 GB + 128 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i5 and 8 GB + 256 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i5 and 16 GB + 256 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i7 and 16 GB + 256 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i7 and 16 GB + 512 GB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i7 and 16 GB + 1 TB
  • Surface Pro 8 with Core i7 and 32 GB + 1 TB

The models are expected to be presented by Microsoft in early 2021, still in the first quarter of the year, alongside the new Surface Laptop 4 which is expected to be unveiled with the same new generation Intel Core processors and a possible AMD chip version.

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