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Surface Pro 5 & Surface Book 2 October Launch Confirmed?


Microsoft Corporate Vice President Panos Panay introduces a new tablet titled the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 at a media event for new Microsoft products

Nevertheless, there are some keen thinkers who have deduced that Microsoft’s upcoming event may not introduce the hybrid’s latest iteration and will instead announce the tech vendor’s rumored Surface all-in-one PC codenamed “Cardinal”.

That is why the new Huawei MateBook made a decision to compare itself, with some bullying, to the previous edition of iPad Pro.

The lack of new iPads and MacBooks has definitely been Apple’s weakness lately. The reason why Microsoft is rumored to be including 4K is to match up and become a strong competitor to the Apple’s iPad and MacBook. Well, if only Apple had released a new device, then it could probably compete with new models.

Little is known officially about Microsoft’s mobile vision, but the rumor mill is pointing at all kinds of changes for Redmond’s smartphone business, including the demise of the Lumia brand and the arrival of a super flagship Surface Phone.

In the new ad, the Huawei MateBook enumerated its special features. However, the MateBook does not have the same ports as the Surface Pro 4. This means that all the connections of the 2-in-1 from Huawei depend on the single port.

For the moment, however, it’s way too soon to tell if Microsoft is indeed ready to bring an on-screen fingerprint reader on mobile phones, pretty much because we don’t even know if the Surface Phone can ever make it to production in the first place.

GSMarena says that this release is important for Huawei in its quest to establish its name in the United States.

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 was released October last year, so users naturally expected the company to come out with a new version this year in the same month. This price is for the Core m3 128 GB unit and it does not include the full set up.

In response, the Surface Pro 4 welcomes Huawei’s 2-in-1 tablet PC, while the iPad Pro is vexed and says that it’s no longer in a celebratory mood. You can get the stylus for $60 and the dock for $90. Keep in mind that the offer comes with a free keyboard (worth $129) for customers who order until September 18, so you may want to hurry up.