A combination of leaked and rumored specs suggests that the premium slate will resemble the Surface Pro 7
and will sport the same-sized 12.3-inch display. Under the hood you'll find an 11th generation Intel i7-1165G7 processor paired with as much as 32GB of RAM and a 1TB Samsung SSD. The largest amount of memory available on the Surface Pro 7 is 16GB of RAM. It appears that the device could be released in the middle of January and there will be an LTE variant for those who want such a feature. The Surface Pro 8 is model number 1960 with the LTE variant listed as 1961.
Photo possibly taken from FCC documentation allegedly reveals the Surface Pro 8
According to Windows Central
, the Surface Pro 8 launch is going to be low key which means that you should check in with PhoneArena often for the latest news about Microsoft's premium tablet. While pricing for the Surface Pro 8 is obviously unknown at this point, we can tell you that the Surface Pro 7 starts at $749.99 and runs up to $2,099.99.