We already know that on September 22 we will have new Microsoft products and in fact we have already seen benchmarks leaked with the possible specifications of a Surface Go 3. And to all this data we now add that FCC data has been leaked for a “portable computing device” and everything points to the Surface Pro 8.

A new device has passed FCC certification, a step prior to its market launch. A certification that carries as a title “Portable Computing Device from Microsoft Corporation” and that all relate to a new version of the range of convertibles Surface.

Possible presentation on the 22nd

The certification, along with the aforementioned name, appears with the following identification numbers: C3K2010, C3K-2010, C3K 2010, C3K2010, C3K2O1O and C3K20I0. The definition “Portable computing device” is a terminology that has been used before the launch of products such as the Surface Pro, Surface Go, and even Surface Laptop.

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All indications point to the arrival of the Surface Pro 8, a model of which it is still unknown what changes it can introduce, although the indications suggest that ** it will arrive with important changes compared to the continuity represented by the Surface Pro 7

In addition, Microsoft has also received approval from the FCC under the title “Wireless LAN Module”. An improvement that possibly applies to the Surface Pro 8 and that points to the Intel AX201 adapter WiFi 6 support.

For September 22 we expect a Surface Pro 8 with aesthetic changes among which I would highlight the abandoning the thick bezels they have been using to date. Additionally, we expect Microsoft to present a Surface Go 3 with improved internal specs.

Via | Windows Latest