The Surface Go 2 leaks have been floating around since months, the new Microsoft device is surely to receive upgrades over last-gen and the FCC listings also proves that. It was previously speculated the device to feature Intel Core m3-8100Y processor but the listing says there will be Pentium Gold 4425Y powered variants as well.
The much need IEEE 802.11ax i.e. WiFi 6 is on board, making the Surface Go 2 in line with its other products like Surface Laptop 3 or Surface Pro 7. Much expectedly, the 2-in-1 will also feature an LTE variant with a wide range of support including WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, LTE FDD and LTE TDD.
There’s a model name C3K1927, the FCC also lists its HW version as EV2 which we spotted earlier this year on the 3DMark listings, so the EV2 will be featuring an Intel Core m3-8100Y onboard. On the other hand, subsequent 3DMark listings have shown that Microsoft will probably offer Pentium Gold 4425Y-powered Surface Go 2 also.
The Caschys Blog reports that Microsoft will unveil the Surface Book 3 by the end of this month. Apparently this will be an online-only event, where Microsoft will launch in detail both its Surface Book 3 along with Surface Go 2 or there could be a spring announcement as well.
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