It’s been a while since the first rumors about Microsoft Surface Pro 4 have “surfaced”. Just before the reveal of the Surface Pro 4, some new rumors pointed one of the key upgrades that the upcoming hybrid device will feature.
According to WinBeta, the Surface Pro 4 device will come with a thin bezel that’s inspired from Dell’s XPS 13 laptop. It seems that the existence of the bezel will be barely noticed, as it will be super thin.
It seems that the ultra-thin bezel will be seen only on the tree sides, but the bottom side will still feature the usual bezels, which may hint the return of the physical Windows key.
According to the most recent rumors, the Surface Pro 4 will feature a “smart frame”. This smart frame will allow the device to change its size from 13-inches when docked into a keyboard or to shrink to 12-inches when the device is used as a tablet. We agree that this sounds practically impossible, but we will probably find out today if this is true or not.
The Surface Pro 4 will also be released in two size variants: one will feature a 12-inch display, while the other one will feature a larger 14-inch display, but both variants will support a Quad HD resolution of 2160×1440 pixels. The device will be powered by an i3, i5 or i7 processor, which will be coupled with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage.
The Surface Pro 4 will run on Windows 10 OS and it will cost around 800 dollars.
We remind you that Microsoft will most likely release the Surface Pro 4 along with the Lumia 950 and 950 XL today (October 6, 2015) at 10AM EDT. We will come with more information later today after the event.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming Surface Pro 4 device?