Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 are launching in May 2020

Microsoft is preparing to unveil new Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 in May, and here's what to expect.

Surface Book 2 on table with background
Surface Book 2 on table with background

Microsoft is preparing to reveal the new Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2. According to recent leaks from WinFuture (via The Verge) indicates that the company is expected to launch a Surface Book 3 using Intel’s 10th Gen processor, up to 32GB of memory, and up to 1TB of internal storage.

In addition, it’s also likely that some Surface Book 3 models will sport a Nvidia Quadro graphics to offer better graphics capabilities for graphics intensive applications instead of gaming.

Alongside the Surface Book 3, the company is also planning to launch a Surface Go 2, which is expected to sport an Intel Core m3 processor, or the option of an Intel Pentium Gold processor with 8GB of memory, 128GB of internal storage, and the option of LTE connectivity.

The report suggest that the exterior dimensions are expected to be the same as the original Surface Go, which means that existing Type Covers and other accessories should work in the Surface Go 2.

Although there won’t be a physical event due to the global health situation, Microsoft is scheduled to unveil the new Surface devices sometime in May 2020.

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