It was believed that Microsoft would reveal something about its new Surface Pro 10 launch at the Microsoft event held in September, but it did not happen. There may be some talk on this in the upcoming Microsoft event. Whatever the case, there is talk of many new features and upgrades in this new Surface Pro 10.
In this article, we will tell you about the new features and changes of this new Surface Pro 10 and will also tell you how good this from the previous model will be, whether it is its performance or its design. We will inform you about each and everything whether it will be better.
Microsoft Surface Pro 10: Release Date
Microsoft Surface Pro was scheduled to be released at the event on September 10, 2023, but it did not happen. But its release date is believed to be confirmed in Microsoft’s next event.
The Surface Pro series generally follows an annual update cycle but with occasional exceptions, such as the two-year gap between the Pro 7 and Pro 8.
Rumors and reports suggest the Surface Pro 10 will launch in late 2023, following Microsoft’s established routine. Microsoft is planning to organize a hardware event at its next event.
The Surface Pro 10 is expected to launch alongside other products, such as the, Surface Go 4, and Surface Laptop Studio.
Although the exact release date has not been confirmed, we still have to wait for official confirmation.
|Microsoft Surface Pro
|9th February, 2013
|Microsoft Surface Pro 2
|22th October, 2013
|Microsoft Surface Pro 3
|20th June, 2014
|Microsoft Surface Pro 4
|26th October, 2015
|Microsoft Surface Pro 5
|15th June, 2017
|Microsoft Surface Pro 6
|16th October, 2018
|Microsoft Surface Pro 7
|22th October, 2019
|Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Plus
|11th January, 2021
|Microsoft Surface Pro 8
|22th September, 2021
|Microsoft Surface Pro 9
|12th October, 2022
|Microsoft Surface Pro 10
Microsoft Surface Pro 10: Price and Availability
The price of the Microsoft Surface Pro 10 has not been confirmed yet, but due to the new features and upgrades, it will likely cost more than previous models.
Older Surface Pro versions came at different prices, with the Surface Pro 9 starting at around $1,000 and the upgraded version with 5G internet at $1,300.
The Surface Pro 10 may cost around $1,000 or more. Also, it is likely to come in different sizes with different prices. The 5G version will still be more expensive than the regular version.
Let us tell you that these prices are only for tablets. If you want things like a keyboard or stylus, you’ll have to pay extra for them. We hope they also include the keyboard in the price this time as it is already quite expensive.
|Microsoft Surface Pro 9 (Intel)
|Microsoft Surface Pro 9 (5G)
|Microsoft Surface Pro 8
|Microsoft Surface Pro 7
|Microsoft Surface Pro 6
After Microsoft launched its Surface 10 Pro, you can buy it from Microsoft’s official website; apart from this, you can easily buy it from Amazon and any other e-commerce that runs in your country.
Microsoft Surface 10 Pro: Design
The design of Microsoft Surface Pro 10 may be similar to Apple’s iPad Pro. It could come in two sizes: a 13-inch model identical to the Surface Pro 9 and an 11-inch with thinner bezels for a more modern look.
The overall design will retain the familiar 2-in-1 design with a kickstand and the option to attach a Type Cover keyboard. Although there may not be any significant changes to the design, adding an 11-inch model and thinner bezels will freshen up the lineup.
The display quality is expected to be excellent, with a 120Hz refresh rate on the 13-inch and 11-inch models, giving better visuals and making it look premium.
Some improvements are expected to include a fingerprint sensor on the Type Cover for added user convenience and a possible keyboard redesign with a backlit feature for a better typing experience.
Microsoft Surface 10 Pro: Display
The Microsoft Surface Pro 10 will feature an 11.0-inch PixelSense Flow display with a 1920 x 2880 pixels resolution, which offers a pixel density of approximately 267 ppi.
The display will support various color profiles, including sRGB and Vivid, offering a high refresh rate of up to 120Hz with dynamic refresh rate support. The aspect and contrast ratio is expected to be 3:2 and 1200:1.
This touchscreen display will support 10-point multi-touch input and be equipped with Dolby Vision IQ support for better visual quality.
The screen may be protected by Gorilla Glass 5 for durability. The display will likely include backlight technology and may feature Intel Iris Xe graphics for impressive performance.
Microsoft Surface 10 Pro: Performance
The Microsoft Surface Pro 10 will likely come in two versions: one with Intel processors and the other with ARM processors.
The Intel version will feature Intel’s new and improved 13th-generation processors. These processors are faster and can handle more tasks simultaneously than the previous version, the Surface Pro 9. They have 10 cores and 12 threads, which means they can do a lot of work quickly and efficiently.
The ARM version, the Microsoft SQ3, uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 processor. These processors are faster than the previous generation, with up to 85% better performance for tasks that use the CPU and 60% better for tasks that use the GPU.
It can perform various tasks simultaneously, such as accessing the Internet or running apps. You can choose between two types, one that uses Intel technology and another that uses ARM technology. The Intel one is good for everyday things, but the ARM one is good for faster Internet and better connectivity. Talking about storage, it probably won’t have a lot of storage.
Its battery life is expected to be much better than the previous model, which can be used for a long time, i.e., for the whole day on a single charge.
It could have a better screen, but the Microsoft Surface Pro 9’s screen is already pretty good. Some good new features can also be found in it with Windows 11 and Windows 12 updates.
The Surface Pro 10 may have more USB-A and HDMI ports to reduce the need for adapters or hubs.
5G support is expected to remain intact for ARM models, and there may be improvements, such as including a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for AI-powered features. However, due to Intel’s technology, Thunderbolt 4 support may not be available.
Microsoft Surface 10 Pro: Specifications[Rumors]
|Processor Model Name
|-Intel 13th-gen Raptor Lake
-Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3
|1.3 GHz Up to 4.4 GHz
|Intel and ARM
|Graphics Memory Capacity
|Total Graphics Power
|8GB, 16GB, 32GB
|2×4 GB, 2×8 GB, 2×16 GB
|128GB, 256GB, 512GB
|1×128 GB,1×256 GB, 1×512 GB
|Display Screen Type
|Display Screen Technology
|15.5 hours of typical device usage
|Full charge time
|Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
|USB power delivery
|60 W AC Adapter
|0.87 kg (1.92 lbs)
|287 mm (Height) x 209 mm (Width) x 9.3 mm mm (Depth)
|Black, Silver, Blue
|Screen opening angle
|Number of coolers
|The fingerprint scanner
|Above the display
|1920 x 1080
IO and Ports
|2x USB 4.0
|1x HDMI 2.1
|Audio port (3.5mm)
|Separate charging port
Keyboard and Touchpad
With a possible release date, Microsoft promises exciting upgrades to the Surface Pro 10, which will get powerful Intel and ARM processors, a high-quality display, and advanced features.
Although the exact pricing and availability are not known yet, its price is expected to be higher than the previous version because it is likely to come with many new features and powerful new-generation hardware. But for this, you will have to wait a little longer, and if you want this new Surface Pro 10, you will have to stay updated on it.