Microsoft Surface Go 4 may be available with Arm processor

According to Zac Bowden of Windows Central, Microsoft’s next-generation Surface Go 2-in-1 tablet is considering an Arm processor. Zac Bowden said that Microsoft has launched the Windows 11 Arm version, optimized for application compatibility, and launched a complete native development toolchain.


Under this series of foreshadowing, the cheap product Surface Go 4 turned to Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c and other Arm processing The device is also expected.

Microsoft may not fully switch to Arm, though. Zac Bowden said that the Surface Go 4 may still be available in higher-end Intel processor versions, especially for business users who rely heavily on Intel processors. For most regular consumers, the Arm processor version will be a better choice.

Moreover, Surface Go’s latest Surface Go 3 is powered by Intel Pentium 6500Y, Core i3-10100Y, as light as 544 grams, with a 1080p camera, matrix far-field dual microphones, Dolby sound, and 10.5-inch 1920 x 1280 resolution rate touch screen.

With long-lasting battery life, built-in Microsoft security, and tablet-to-laptop versatility, it’s optimized for stylus and touchscreens.

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