All eyes are on Microsoft as it gears up to launch Windows 10 to the public and once the new software arrives we will certainly be looking towards the company to release some new hardware as well. A report today claims that the company is working on a new tablet which will presumably be called Surface Pro 4 and it will arrive this October.

Digitimes reports that the Surface Pro 4 is going to have the same ultra-thin form factor of the existing Microsoft flagship tablet, the Surface Pro 3, and will also retain the predecessor’s bezel size and large display.

Moreover the tablet is reportedly going to be powered by an Intel Skylake processor and Windows 10. Microsoft is also said to have placed a large order for Samsung’s 256GB SSDs that will provide the internal storage in the upcoming tablet.

Not much is known about the upcoming tablet at this point in time so we will have to wait for a bit in order to get more information about its specifications.

It goes without saying that the tablet will come with Windows 10 straight out of the box and it could very well be the first high-end tablet to ship with the new iteration of Windows.

Microsoft has not commented on the report and has not said anything about a new Surface Pro tablet at this point in time.

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