- The device will arrive with two screen sizes.
- It will run on Windows 10 operating system.
- Microsoft will offer AMD and Intel versions.
Recently, we came across the benchmarking listing of the upcoming Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 and now it surfaced online and now we have the complete specification details. The upcoming laptop of the company is expected to be official next month and the specification looks pretty good. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming device.
According to the latest information by Roland Quandt, the upcoming Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 will arrive in two screen sizes and that will be 13.5 inch display with 2256 X 1504 pixels resolution along with the 15 inch display, and this particular variant will offer 2496 x 1064 pixels resolution. It will also support 3:2 format, 10-point multi-touch, pixel sense display, and 201 PPI.
Microsoft is reported to launch its upcoming laptop with Intel/AMD power and the report also says that the Intel version will have i5-1145G7 / i7-1185G7 along with Iris Plus Graphics 950, on the other hand, the AMD version will have Ryzen 5 4680U(max frequency boost- 4.4GHz) / Ryzen 7 4980U and Radeon Graphics.
Speaking about the RAM, the upcoming laptop of Microsoft will arrive with 8GB/16GB/32GB along with 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB PCIe NVMe SSD. Regarding the connectivity & ports, the upcoming device will support the Surface Connect, USB A, USB C, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth. The source also claims that the upcoming laptop of Microsoft will arrive with 49WHr battery and the device will run on the Windows 10 Home.
So let’s wait for more information about the upcoming Microsoft laptop and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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