Surface Pro 4 successor leaks in press renders ahead of May 23rd announcement

Although rumors pointed to a May 23rd release for the next Surface Pro tablet, Microsoft was pretty clear on the matter and said less than two weeks ago that it would not launch the Surface Pro 5 until “it can bring meaningful changes.”

Well, that might be true, but another Surface Pro tablet is still going to be revealed early next week at Microsoft's event held in China. A set of press renders showing the successor of the Surface Pro 4 has just been leaked online.

The unannounced slate is simply called the Surface Pro, which is probably one of the reasons that Microsoft officially said that a Surface Pro 5 does not exist and will not be launched on the market for a while.

The new Surface Pro strongly resembles the current model since this is expected to be a “refresh” of the Surface Pro 4. The real changes are found under the hood, which, sadly, haven't been leaked along with the pictures.

However, we do know the new Surface Pro will come with various accessories in tow, including pen and keyboard. These accessories will be available in multiple colors and should feature slightly different designs as opposed to the Surface Pro 4's accessories.

We're promised more details on the upcoming Surface Pro tablet early next week, so stay tuned for info on specs, price, and availability.


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