While building the Surface Pro 4, Microsoft`s goal was to come up with a tablet that may replace the laptop. In some aspects, the device was able to do justice. It was compact enough to be lugged around anywhere. In which it is powerful enough to be used like a laptop but it lacks in the battery department

Launch of the Surface Pro 5

The new Surface Pro to be launched by Microsoft this year, conjectures are on rife on what the latest model have to offer, with may saying that the newest Surface Pro would be serious upgrade compared to its previous devices, the Surface Pro 4. While the Surface Pro 4 being launched in October 2016. Rather the company revealed only the Surface Book i7 and then the Surface Studio last year. If a first quarter launch is being projected by the company then the Surface Pro 5 may make an appearance at this year’s Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona.

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Processors being Fast Enough.

A large portion of the theories say that the new Surface Pro would highlight either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 processor or an Intel Kaby Lake chipset. In the event that the Snapdragon processor is utilized, this will address the battery life issues that have plague the Surface Pro 3, and oblige the expansion of LTE. In any case, observe that Intel officially disclosed its seventh era chipset at the as of late finished up CES 2017.
Additionally, since Microsoft has dependably situated the Surface Pro arrangement as versatile gadgets that have desktop control, a Kaby Lake processor would maybe be the more intelligent decision. Having the Intel chip will make the most current cycle of the Surface Pro essentially speedier, and will offer clients a more drawn out battery life. The power-effective nature of the Kaby Lake processor will bring about an enhanced battery life for the Surface Pro.

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Stylus Rechargeable

Used in the Surface Pro 4, the Surface pen is said to be having a redesigned pen, making it more easier to use and grip. With a report, patent mobile came out with a report that Microsoft applied for a patent, it appears to be having the stylus that will come with Surface Pro 5 that will support wireless charging through a magnetic clock.

Ports being improved

From better battery life and faster processor speeds, you can also get an update on the ports department, with the USB Type-C ports – when the Surface Pro 4s USB 3.0 will be replaced and thunderbolt 3 supports. At this point, Of course these specifications will remain but Surface Pro 5 leaks still do est of things with a healthy dose of doubtfulness.