In a recently published FCC document, Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Pro 8 appears. The machine supports LTE networks and Wi-Fi 6 networks, has up to 32GB of memory and 1TB of storage space, and may be equipped with Intel tenth A generation of Core processors.
Recently, foreign media reported that in a recently published FCC document, I saw Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Pro 8, which supports LTE networks and Wi-Fi 6 networks. The appearance is basically the same as Surface Pro 7.
According to the content in this document, Microsoft Surface Pro 8 will use Quectel’s LTE-A Cat 12 M.2 module, and users can connect through the settings in the Windows 10 system. Surface Pro 8 will also support Wi-Fi 6 networks, using Intel’s Wi-Fi 6 AX201 adapter, supporting 802.11ax WiFi standards and Bluetooth 6.
Compared with the previous generation of Surface Pro 7, it has built-in LTE connection and Wi-Fi 6 network, which can provide better wireless performance.
In other hardware specifications, Surface Pro 8 has up to 32GB of memory and 1TB of storage space, and may be equipped with Intel’s 11th-generation Core processor, Tiger Lake architecture, and Xe core display.
In addition, Surface Pro 8 may also launch a version equipped with an Intel Core i3 processor with 128GB of storage space and 8GB of memory. The memory is no longer a 4GB start.
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