Microsoft's new Surface Pro appears in leaked images

A set of press renders showing the successor of the Surface Pro 4 has just been leaked online.

Microsoft is expected to take the official wraps off the new unit at an event in Shanghai on May 23. The leaked images show that the upcoming device looks similar to its predecessor, the Surface Pro 4. That means the basic Surface Pro accessories, like the keyboard/cover and stylus won't be going anywhere.

Panos Panay may have said that the Surface Pro 5 does not exist, but that certainly does not mean there's not a Surface Pro 4 successor.

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Microsoft is holding an event in China on May 23 where they might release the Surface Pro 4 a.k.a the Surface Pro 4 refresh.

The next-gen Surface Pro will not bring over a major redesign, Blass explains on VentureBeat. Stay tuned, we'll update you as soon as we get any other information about the upcoming Surface Pro 5. The Microsoft executive further said that the Surface Pro 4's design would be competitive enough for the next few years. "He claims that this model will be launching as 'Surface Pro" even though he had previously tweeted that it would be called Surface Pro 4 Refresh. There was the initial word from DigiTimes that Microsoft was working on a new 13.5-inch clamshell form-factor laptop which could carry a suggested retail price of US$1,000 (AU$1,341). The changes come in the inside of the device.

Earlier this month, the Redmond-based tech giant launched the Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S at an event in New York City. But now you do, too, because Evan Blass has posted a ton of photos of the device and its accessories. The Surface Pen can be seen in four color choices. Rumors about the new Surface device point to several internal upgrades that Microsoft would be equipping the device with.

  • Delia Davidson