Microsoft reportedly working on new Surface tablet that ditches Windows RT
A new report from WinBeta claims that Microsoft is planning to release another Surface tablet as a successor to the Surface 2 launched back in 2013. A year later, the company unveiled the Surface Pro 3, but made no mention of a regular “Surface 3” at a lower price point; Microsoft also abruptly scraped plans for a Surface Mini that was presumably intended to compete against Apple’s iPad mini.
WinBeta claims the new Surface will be unveiled before or at Microsoft’s Build conference next month, and should hit retail in close proximity to that announcement. It will reportedly ship with a full version of Windows — likely to be 8.1 — and be upgradeable to Windows 10 when that ships sometime this summer.
As far as design goes, WinBeta says…
Source:: The Verge