Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Release Date: Concrete Evidence Reveal When It Will Be Rolled Out

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is speculated at the first device to be available preloaded with the Windows 10 OS. The arrival of the new laptop-tablet hybrid has become all the more imminent as the Redmond giant is now selling the Surface Pro 3 with attractive price cut. What about the Surface Pro 4 release date? Speculations are rife that it will be released by July this year.

According to the International Business Times report that was published on April 21, the Windows 10 release date is set for July 2015. Citing The Verge, the IBTimes report claims that Lisa T. Su, the CEO of AMD inadvertently revealed that the new OS will arrive before the beginning he back-to-school promotions.

She further stated that AMD is set to do better business in the second half of the year compared to the first half since the Windows 10 is slated for a launch at the end of July. Since the Windows 10 OS is going to arrive onboard with Surface Pro 4, Inquistr is of the view that the successor of Surface Pro 3 will be also released on July.

The IBTimes report from April 20 states that rumours are rife that the Surface Pro 4 will be unleashed on April 29 during the Microsoft Build Developer Conference 2015. As far as the specs of the device is concerned, early rumours indicate that it come loaded with the Skylake processor.

It is expected to come out in two display versions. One would be a 14-inch screen device and the other one would be a 12-inch device. It will be featuring 1 TB of storage and up to 16 GB of RAM. Another IBTimes report says that Surface Pro 4 will go into mass production by June and it will release in the second half of the year.

What do you think about the Surface Pro 4? Are you looking forward it? Will it be able to do better business than the Surface Pro 3? Do let us know your thoughts by adding your comments.

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