New Surface Device Expected To Be Released This Year

Posted: Jul 8 2016, 12:44pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Technology News

New Surface Device Expected To Be Released This Year

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Shubhan Chemburkar recently paid a visit to Microsoft’s building 88 and noticed that there were definite signs of a new Surface device ready for release. Microsoft likes to celebrate all of its hardware accomplishments by marking them on a wall. It had a Surface placeholder titled coming soon up on the wall next to its other accomplishments such as Surface Pro 4, Surface book etc.

This leads us to believe that the new device is under works. The placeholder resembled a Surface related product but we are unclear as to what it might actually be. It could turn out to be anything from an accessory for a current device, a tablet, a laptop or an entirely new product.

If rumors are to be believed then we can expect Microsoft to launch a Surface branded AIO which would serve as an alternative to Surface Book according to DigiTimes.

The photos uploaded by Chemburkar showed three additional placeholders for three more Surface devices which are expected to make their appearance in 2017. It has been quite a while that the company has been working on a Surface phone.

We can also expect new models of the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 to release next year.

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