Microsoft is reportedly developing a smaller version of the Surface Pro with an 11-inch display and an Arm-powered Surface Go 4 tablet. The smaller Surface Pro, codenamed Luxor, is expected to have a similar size and shape to the Surface Go, and feature a 120Hz display.
The Arm-powered Surface Go 4, codenamed Tanta, is said to include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c chip, with a possible 5G version in the works. Both tablets are unlikely to be released before the fall and may not appear until early 2024. Microsoft’s Surface hardware could also be optimized for AI workloads to support the unannounced Windows 12 operating system.
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