Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date And Specs: Here’s What We Know So Far


#Windows10 #SurfacePro5 Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date And Specs: Here’s What We Know So Far : As the official release date of Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is still under wraps, several consumers might have been excited already to get hold of the hybrid laptop.

What could be the specific updates that it will come with? How would it differ from its predecessor, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4? What new specs and features should consumers look forward to? Should they expect a major overhaul?

We have gathered various details of the highly-anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro 5 to help you decide if you should wait for it before you make any purchase of a new laptop.


It has been theorized that the upcoming device will have a 4K display for a much improved screen resolution that can play high-definition videos, theCountry Caller revealed.

Operating System

To make the consumers’ experience even more fun and comfortable, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 would reportedly boast of Windows 10 Redstone 2.


It is anticipated that the successor of Microsoft Surface Pro 4 would run on Intel’s next-gen Kaby Lake processor, which means that the battery performance of the upcoming device would be much better already.

In a separate report, the Country Caller pointed out that the Kaby Lake processor is a “crucial gamechanger” considering that “Microsoft as the software giant is essentially not expected to support any other OS but Windows 10 for the CPU architecture.” With the kind of power that Kaby Lake would bring to Microsoft Surface Pro 5, it is expected to compete head on with AMD’s Zen microarchitecture.

Release Date

Amid its rumored specs, there has been no definite schedule yet which has been cited as the official release date of the hybrid device. However, it was surmised that consumers may need to wait a little longer, Trusted Reviews reported.

Accordingly, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 would not be available until 2017 since the seventh-gen Kaby Lake from Intel would only be around by end of this year. Source: Morningnewsusa