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Microsoft Surface Pro 9 5G launched with Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 and larger battery

Microsoft has launched a number of new products in the market, including the Surface Pro 9, Surface Studio 2, and Surface Laptop 5. The new Surface Pro 9 5G is an upgrade to the Surface Pro X.

The Surface Pro 9 and Surface Pro 9 5G have the same displays. This variant also has a 13-inch display that has a 120Hz refresh rate, a 3:2 aspect ratio, and a 1200:1 contrast ratio. The base Surface Pro 9 has auto color management, whereas the 5G-enabled model does not. The 2-in-1 design means it can shift between a laptop and a tablet.

The Surface Pro 9 5G is also larger than the Surface Pro X and even heavier as well, measuring 287 x 209 x 9.3 mm and weighing 883g compared to 287 mm x 208 mm x 7.3 mm and 774g for the Pro X. Apparently this additional weight comes from a larger battery pack.

The Surface Pro 9 5G highlights a 47.7Whr battery pack, which is bigger than the 39.2Whr battery on the Surface Pro X. Besides, the Surface Pro 9 5G model depends on an ARM chipset from Qualcomm as opposed to the Intel Alder Lake-U central processors on the base Surface Pro 9 variation. It includes the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chipset that highlights four ARM Cortex X1 centers that run at 3GHz and four Cortex A78 centers running at 2.4GHz recurrence. Because of this chipset, this gadget is the primary 5G-enabled product that Microsoft has delivered, which runs on its Windows working framework.

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As per claims, this notebook can keep going for as long as 19 hours on a solitary full charge, which is around 3.5 hours more than the Surface Pro 9 model. Strangely, the Surface Pro 9 5G can only be available in the Platinum colour, whereas, the Sapphire, Backwoods, and Graphite variations are presently selective to the Surface Pro 9.

Microsoft has likewise uncovered the estimate for the Surface Pro 9 5G, which shows up in four different stockpiling arrangements. the 8GB RAM + 128GB SSD variation is available at $1,299. Then again, the 8GB + 256GB model will go for $1,399, the 16GB + 256GB variation has a greater cost tag of $1,599, while the top end 16GB + 512GB form has a weight cost of $1,899.

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You can find Arnab mostly editing about smartphone launches and other smartphone-related news. Searching for the latest and the best news regarding smartphones and presenting it in an article is his sole intention. He also covers press releases, has also given many gadget reviews. If you have any leads and tips regarding any topics feel free to drop a mail: [email protected]
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