On October 2, Microsoft will hold a new product event and we hope to see the software giant introduce the next version of its premium tablet with Windows, Surface Pro 7. Until now, the biggest loss involved the supposed Surface Pro 7 configurations. All the models listed were powered by the tenth generation Intel Core processors, which was surprising since the previous speech suggested that some tablets would be equipped with an ARM-based chipset known as Snapdragon 8cx. But it seems that this mystery has been clarified.
Today Frandroid has released some new entries related to Surface Pro 7. After claiming to have seen some of the Surface product designs that will be developed in the next event, Frandroid says the Surface Pro 7 line will actually be made up of two different versions. The tablet with the code name “Campus” is almost without chamfer, with the exception of the upper and lower frames. These are a bit larger because the upper edge houses a camera for facial recognition and an optional QWERTY Type Cover keyboard magnet is housed in the lower edge. The miniDisplayPort is replaced by a type C port and the general appearance is said to be similar to the Apple iPad Pro. This version of Surface Pro 7 is said to work with an ARM-based chip and support 4G LTE connectivity.
The “Harper” variant of Surface Pro 7 will keep the Intel Core processors (again, probably the tenth generation) and the previous appearance of the tablet, which means larger frames than the ARM models. A modification of the “Campus” variant will remain in the “Classic” Surface Pro 7; This is the replacement of miniDisplayPort with a type C door. Even so, the patented Surface Connect charging system remains on board.
So now we have an idea of why there are conflicting rumors on Surface Pro 7. Any confusion should be clarified next Wednesday.
(Via: Windows Central)
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