Microsoft’s New Surface Pro X Device has been Certified to Run Windows 11 ARM


Another Microsoft Surface Pro X model was certified at the beginning of September, according to Aggiornamenti Lumia, on a device model 1876.

The previous Surface Pro X SQ1 and Surface Pro X SQ2 models were also 1876, so the new Surface Pro X is likely to bring a simple processor change, with no major changes elsewhere.

Surface Pro X Microsoft’s now-slimmer Surface Pro features Microsoft SQ 1 and next-generation Microsoft SQ 2 chips, ultra-fast LTE connectivity, two USB-C ports, a stunning 13-inch touch screen that’s nearly full-screen and comes in new colors. A free upgrade to Windows 11 is scheduled to begin in late 2021 and continue through 2022.

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Microsoft has previously announced that the fall 2021 event will take place on September 22. At this event, we will share information about the hardware and Windows 11,’ Microsoft said. Based on the leaks, we can expect to see Surface Duo 2 and new Surface Pro 8 and Surface Go 3 laptops, as well as possibly a new Surface Pro X with ARM chips, It is also expected to be upgraded to run Windows 11 ARM.


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