That's going by WinFuture's alleged sources, who have reportedly claimed the Surface Go 3 will have a quad-core Intel Core i3-10100Y chip and 8GB of RAM. That could deliver a marked upgrade over the Surface Go 2, which came with an Intel Core m3 chip and 8GB of RAM in its highest configuration.
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Like its predecessor, according to WinFuture, the Surface Go 3 tablet will sport a 10.5-inch FHD display. And there's no hint on any design changes, which is a pity as we'd like to see Microsoft trim down the rather chunky display bezels.
An Intel Core i3 could even allow the tablet-come-laptop hybrid to handle more demanding tasks. Or at least tackle standard tasks without any hint of lag, and be in with a better chance of keeping up with the best 2-in-1 laptops.
Microsoft has already announced it's holding a Surface event on September 22. So it would make a lot of sense for the Surface Go 3 to be one of the products announced, alongside the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 (we're hoping to see some significant upgrades for the Surface Pro 8).
We're also expecting to see the Microsoft Surface Duo 2, the follow-up to Microsoft's fascinatingly flawed Surface Duo Android dual-screen smartphone-meets-tablet device, the Microsoft Surface Book 4 and more details on Windows 11.