Microsoft could unveil its next Surface tablet at its Build Developer Conference on June 26th-28th.
According to DigiTimes' sources in the supply chain, components for the new Surface tablet have already been shipped. In spite of Microsoft selling only 1.5 million Surface tablets – when it planned 3-4 million – it’s pressing on with enough parts for 1.5 million Intel-based Surface 2 tablets.
There’s little else in the way of specs but we’d expect to see full Windows and Windows RT versions, larger storage options and a higher resolution screen. Of course, as with all rumours, take this chatter with a healthy dose of salt, for now.
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