Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is expected to hit stores on October as the company offers $150 discount on three of its Surface Pro 3 models.
According to Windows Central, Microsoft had removed the listings for the Surface Pro 3 model with 128GB of storage and Intel’s Core i7 processor from its store site.
“The customer response for the 128GB Intel Core i7 version of Surface Pro 3 has been exceptional, and as a result this particular version is temporarily sold out through most retailers. We are working to ensure this version of Surface Pro 3 is back on shelves soon,” the company’s official statement said.
Surface Pro 3 with 128GB and the Core i7 processor was launched in late June.
According to CNET, the Surface Pro 3 Intel Core i5 model with 256GB of storage is now offered at $1,149 from a previous price of $1,299. You can save about $150 for paying $1,399 for Core i7 model with 256GB of storage, while you can have the Core i7 model with 512GB for $1,799 instead of $1,949. All three models on discount come with 8GB of memory.
Window Central also confirmed that Microsoft has started offering Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3 tablets with pre-installed Windows 10.
The upcoming Surface Pro 4 will also run in Windows 10 operating system as well.
It was previously reported that Surface Pro 4 will keep Surface Pro 3’s large-size display and the 2160 x 1440 pixel resolution. It will also use Skylake processor of Intel, Samsung SSD drives that offer up to 256 GB and will have 16 GB RAM.
The Surface Pro 4 will also support face recognition via Intel RealSense 3D, the International Business Times added.
Aside from new Microsoft 2-in-1 device, the tech company is also expected to unveil the Microsoft Band 2 to replace the original fitness band, the International Business Times reported.
Microsoft may also unveil its latest Windows 10 Mobile flagship smartphones, it noted.