Microsoft Surface Pro 5 reports are now pointing to a potential April release date. Tech geeks believe that the successor for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will most likely sport the latest Windows 10 Creators Update and Microsoft HoloLens.
New reports claim that the highly anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is coming out with the latest technology advancement in the operating system. The new tablet is now speculated to sport the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update.
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As previously reported, the Windows 10 Creators Update is expected to come out next month. Aside from the Surface Pro 5, the anticipated Surface Phone is also speculated to be released with the said OS.
Since the much-awaited Surface Pro 5 is rumored to run with the improved Windows 10 Creators Update, many believe that the new tablet can most likely come out in April too, as the new OS is set to launch as well.
The Windows 10 Creators Update boasts of powerful capabilities to provide improved gaming experience and creativity enhancements. This includes features for 3D content creativity and integrated mixed reality experiences. This also meant the inclusion of the Microsoft HoloLens, Techradar reported.
Speaking of Microsoft HoloLens, the highly anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro 5 has also been rumored to come out after the release of this new holographic computer from Microsoft. The Microsoft HoloLens is expected to be released on March 30.
If the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update includes HoloLens features, then both the new operating system and the new holographic computer feature are expected to be ready by next month. It seems that the April release date theory for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is valid as both its latest technology advancement components are also ready by next month.
Microsoft has not released official statements regarding the features and operating system of the upcoming Surface Pro 5. Fans will have to take these theories with a grain of salt.