Microsoft plans to unveil its new Surface series hardware products this fall. Among these products, we can mention Surface Pro 9, Surface Laptop 5 and Surface Studio 3, which information about them has been published recently. There have been many announcements released this fall, of course, most of them were related to Surface Pro 9. The tablet, which is said to be available in two 5G and Wi-Fi models with two different processors, will go to the market. Regarding the other two products, much less information has been published, but recently Ronald Quant, one of the most famous whistleblowers in the field of technology, claimed to have obtained good information from them. which we have already heard about these expected Microsoft products. For example, the Surface Pro 9 5G is going to go to the market as a successor to the Surface Pro X and the Volterra project, but its WiFi model will replace the Surface Pro 8. has published We recently saw this product in the FCC database and we were able to find out about its appearance, although it seems that there will be no special difference between it and its previous generation. Regarding the Surface Studio 3, this whistleblower said that Microsoft wants to release it in only one model, with 32 GB of RAM, 1 TB of SSD memory and an unspecified chip from the Intel i7 series.

Image attributed to Surface Studio 3 in the FCC database

According to the news published by the Windows Central website Apparently, Microsoft wants to use Intel's 12th generation processors in this product. Of course, not only in Surface Studio 3, but in all three other products that we will see unveiled this fall, Intel's 12th generation chips will act as the beating heart. Currently, the Intel i7 series processors in the market include Core i7-12650HX, Core i7-12700H, Core i7-12800H, Core i7-12800HX and Core i7-12650H models, one of which is responsible for processing operations in the Surface Studio 3 will take over. However, Intel may have prepared a customized version for Microsoft's product.

In terms of technical specifications, the only thing we don't know about is Surface Studio 3's graphics power. We have no idea if Microsoft wants to use discrete graphics in this product or if it will be satisfied with the power of the graphics used in the same central processor. It remains to be seen what news will be published in this regard in the future.

As mentioned, the same 15-watt chips will be used for the Surface Pro 9 and Surface Laptop 5, while the said Laptop is priced at It has higher ranks. As it seems, both devices will be available in four models with Core i5-1235U and Core i7-1255U and Core i5-1245U and Core i7-1265U chips, the first two models for normal users and the second two models for Users are business people. The chips used in the business model have a higher processing frequency and support Intel vPro technology.

Quant also recently said in one of his talks about Surface Pro 9 and Surface Laptop 5 that Microsoft will make it available with 256 GB to 1 TB of RAM memory and also 32 GB of RAM memory, with the difference that the smaller Surface Laptop 5 model will not have this amount of RAM memory. We do not have the details, but it is said that Microsoft wants to unveil its new products on October 12. Whether we will see other products in addition to these three devices or not is a question that we have to wait for the answer. Android 13 was released for the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series

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