Microsoft has asked its supply channels to deliver the hardware components by September so that the Surface Pro 4 can be released in October.
AT&T on Tuesday announced that it will be the first carrier to sell the Surface 3 direct to consumers with an LTE connection beginning Friday, July 24.
DigiTimes reported that Surface Pro tablets were manufactured by Pegatron Technology while the tablet’s camera module was developed by Largan Precision and Newmax. The thing is, not everything revolves around Apple because there is a great demand for other tablets, and also the fact that the Surface Pro fourth generation will have a lot more to offer than most other tablets. Ju Teng global was the sole supplier for the Surface Pro’s magnesium-aluminum alloy unibody chassis. We have the right to doubt that the Surface Pro 4 will come in Q3, because, for now, there are no exact details regarding its specs.
Apparently, the pricing was the main factor which stopped Microsoft from launching Surface in India in the first place.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is speculated to be featuring the Intel Skylake processor. The ad is specifically made for the current back to school period, presenting the Surface 3 as a device that will help students “be noteworthy” this upcoming school year.
Microsoft is ramping up their advertising campaign and one of the latest editions is an ad for the Surface 3.
According to Hexus, this year, manufacturers will see a spike in sales and demand for hybrid devices such as the Surface Pro 4. The device is expected to be shipped with Windows 10 operating system.