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(Pocket-lint) – We’ll soon see the Surface Pro 8 in the flesh when Microsoft unveils it, along with several other devices, at its “Surface Event” on Wednesday, September 22nd.
However, what we actually get may be a little different than previously suggested by rumors and speculation. That’s because a more recent leak exposed some conflicting interest snippets.
According to Shadow_Leak on Twitter, the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 will have a 13-inch screen with a 120Hz refresh rate (previous reports say it will be 12.3 inches).
Your information appears to come from a list of retailers that may have gone out before.
FYI, while some of the specs seem accurate, the device in this screenshot *NOT* is a Surface Pro 8. It’s just an MS render of the Surface Pro X released last year. The Pro 8 is similar but not identical to this one. https://t.co/0nMsGvwdFq
– Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) September 19, 2021
However, there is a word of caution. Windows Central tech journalist Zac Bowden notes that the listing is accompanied by an image quote from an official print render of the Surface Pro X. Some retailers use fictitious images before shipping the real ones, but it’s a slight red flag.
However, if that’s the only information issue, we can assume the Surface Pro 8 will come with Thunderbolt “interfaces” and a replaceable SSD drive as well.
Oh, and that it will come preinstalled with Windows 11 and run on an Intel 11th Gen Core processor. But we can interpret this as legible anyway.
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