Microsoft is rumored that October 2 will present us with the new Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 so more and more details about the two devices are seeing the light of publicity.
Initially, it is worth noting that most upgrades in two models will take place internally, since in terms of appearance, new generations will be identical to their predecessors.
Despite rumors, the USB-C will not be offered to new models, as Microsoft is still not ready to embrace this feature.
Microsoft has also been preparing a black Surface for some time, which may now see the light of publicity, of course, without some extra information about it.
As we mentioned above, most changes will take place internally. Specifically, the 2 Surface Laptop will be powered by a four-core SoC (1.6GHz clock 1,6 GHz, maximum 3,6 GHz) Intel Core i5-8250U combined with 8GB RAM and SSD 128GB storage - RAM 4GB versions will no longer be available.
Surface Pro 6, however, will also offer the alternative with the Intel Core m3 processor combined with 4GB RAM. A chip selection will also be offered Intel Core i7, although there are no specific specifications for the generation and users will be able to use up to 16GB RAM and 1TB storage.
Pricing is expected to be the same as the current generation.