What you need to know
- Microsoft will hold a Surface event within the next week, according to a leak.
- The event will occur on September 30 or October 1.
- The event could include the announcement of a new Surface Pro X.
Microsoft will hold a Surface event on either September 30 or October 1, according to a leak by WalkingCat on Twitter. WalkingCat is unsure of the exact date due to timezones but states the event will be within that timeframe. Microsoft regularly holds Surface events in the fall, such as last year when the company announced the Surface Pro 7, Surface Duo, and Surface Pro X.
While we don't know what will be announced at the event, we could potentially see the announcement of a Surface Pro X with a Microsoft SQ2 chip and Microsoft's midrange Surface Laptop. Both of those devices will reportedly launch in the October timeframe, so an announcement on September 30 or October 1 would make sense.
Regardless of the exact date, it appears that Microsoft's fall Surface event is only a couple of weeks away, so we shouldn't have to wait long to see more Surface hardware.
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