Yesterday we learned more about the Microsoft Surface Go 2, as the tablet was specced by an official listing. It seemed to include a 14 nm Core m3 processor and now it leaks again, this time also in official looking images, courtesy of Roland Quandt/WinFuture.
The product is expected to debut with the Surface Book 3 later this month and it should bring improved specs compared to the existing Surface Go. The device has already been certified by the FCC, so the launch is only a matter of time. Judging by the leaked pictures and info we have, the product is going to have the same dimensions as the predecessor, meaning it should be compatible with existing Surface Go Type covers. The screen will offer a 1920 x 1280 pixel resolution and narrow bezels.
Specs show us that two versions are coming: Intel Gold 4425Y and Intel Core m3-8100Y. There’s also 4G LTE added and WiFi 6. Surface Go 2, the Pentium version will offer 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, being launched in Germany at 459 euros, which is $496. Then there’s the 8 GB RAM version with 128 GB of storage priced at 629 euros, which is $680 after conversion. Microsoft will also bring forth a 256 GB storage option for the Surface Go 2.
Sadly we don’t have a pricing vor the Core m3 model.