Two Microsoft support pages appeared on the unreleased Surface Laptop 4, indicating that it may be released soon. One is a placeholder for the AMD version of the laptop, and the other is a placeholder for the Intel model. Both were discovered by WalkingCat, which is usually a reliable source of gadget leaks, and he speculates that we might see their launch in the Surface incident next week.
The Microsoft support page does not provide more detailed information about the laptop, but from WinFuture Fill in the details last month. According to reports, the AMD processors used will come from its 4000 mobile series, including Ryzen 5 4680U and Ryzen 7 4980U. This is an improvement over the 3000 series chips used in the 201
On Intel’s side, WinFuture Please note that we should see 11th generation chips such as Core 15-1145G7 and Core i7-1185G7.
Otherwise, according to reports, the specifications and appearance of the Surface Laptop 4 are roughly the same as the previous models. Obviously there will be 13.5 and 15-inch models available, with a maximum of 32GB RAM and 1TB storage space. Their screen should maintain an excellent 3:2 aspect ratio.
Microsoft has not yet released any official announcement on when to launch the new laptop, but considering that the support page has already been released, it is not far from the release.