Microsoft is working on a Surface Go with an Arm soc, Windows Central claims. It would be a variant of the Snapdragon 7c-soc. The company would also be working on a smaller Surface Pro, with an 11-inch screen. The products will not appear before the fall in any case.
The Surface Go 4 with Snapdragon 7c-soc would be the first Go 2-in-1 with Arm-soc. The Surface Pro 9 announced last year is already for sale with Arm-soc, after previous Surface-Arm products. Get the Go 4 with Arm-soc according to the anonymous Windows Central sources similar performance to current Surface Go models and should be more energy efficient. It is not yet known whether the 2-in-1 will come as a 5G model. The medium writes that Microsoft is also expected to continue to release Surface Go 4 models with Intel CPUs.
The company would also be working on a smaller Surface Pro model, in addition to the existing 13-inch model. The smaller version would have an 11-inch screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The 11″ model would be known internally as Luxor, the Arm-Surface Go 4 would be internally known as Tanta.
In addition to the two new products, the sources say that Microsoft wants to improve its operating system for tablets. Among other things, the File Explorer, the login screen and the desktop environment should become more suitable for touch control. These improvements may not appear until the next Windows version, which Windows Central expects to release in late 2024. The smaller Surface Pro and Arm-Surface Go 4 should ship in Fall 2023 or later.
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