Surface Pro 8 prototype leaks again with better specs, but no new design

Surface Pro leaked image
Image Courtesy: Reddit

Two years ago, a widely circulated rumour claimed that
Microsoft is working on a major overhaul to Microsoft’s Surface
Pro codenamed “Carmel”.

Unfortunately, the Surface Pro Carmel never showed up for some
reasons. As of November 2020, Surface Pro 7 is the latest
addition to the Surface Pro family and it was announced last
year with minor improvements.

It was reported that the Surface Pro Carmel will be heavily
redesigned and Microsoft was planning to announce it in 2019,
but it was pushed back to 2020, and now it looks like the
redesigned Surface has been delayed for the third time.

Microsoft hasn’t officially announced its Surface Pro 8 yet,
but
we already know that it has been delayed due to the
economic slowdown around the world. Earlier this month, a user
posted photos of the Surface Pro 8 (engineering sample) on eBay
and now the leaker has shared more
details.

The images show a Surface Pro 7-like device with the same
screen, identical design but it now comes with upgraded specs.

Surface Pro 8 back

The prototype features Windows 10’s May 2020 Update, Intel’s
10th generation Tiger Lake processor, 32GB of RAM, 1TB SSD,
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi support, and more.

The top-end model uses Intel Tiger Lake Core i7-1165G7 CPU and
it will also sport the same chassis as the Surface Pro 7.

In other words, if this device is released next year, it’s
going to be Surface Pro 7 all over again with no radical design
changes.

Pro 8 sides

If you have been waiting for a true successor with smaller
bezels and design tweaks, your best bet would be the next-gen
Surface Pro X.

Regardless of whether Microsoft calls this prototype design
Surface Pro 7 (2020) or Surface Pro 8, it looks like the
heavily redesigned Surface is not arriving anytime soon.

If the prototype is real, it appears that Microsoft has placed
a clear emphasis on internal hardware improvements with its
next Surface Pro, but we’ll learn more when Microsoft
officially announces the device next year.

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