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Author Topic: Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is internally codenamed Carmel  (Read 47 times)
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« on: June 12, 2018, 06:57:50 PM »
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Microsoft is reportedly working on Surface Pro 6 and it might be closer to launch than we think, despite rumors that Microsoft could hold it back for a little longer. The new report coming from a reliable source revealed that Surface Pro 6 is still on the table but it does not have a release date yet.

Although the report does not include any details, it’s living proof that the software giant is working on Surface Pro 6. But as we are talking about Microsoft’s hardware release schedule, there’s always a chance of delays.

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is internally codenamed, Carmel. The device is still being developed and Surface Pro lineup will be refreshed soon.

Speaking of Surface Pro 6, little is known so far, but there’s no doubt it will come with upgraded hardware, improved design and features, however, it will be similar to the existing Surface Pro lineup.

We’ll learn more about the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 in the coming months as we get closer to the debut of the rumored and to Microsoft’s hardware event.

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