Microsoft Scraps Surface Phone For All-In-One Surface PC?

Just a few months ago, a leaked photo emerged showing four new devices coming up from the Surface team. After that, a surge of rumors about new Surface devices came out. Included in the rumors is the new Microsoft All In One Surface PC.

Microsoft All-In-One Surface PC Rumors

According to a Neowin post, Microsoft will be holding an event in October and the company is set to do a hardware launch. However, much to the disappointment of Surface fans, it is assumed that Microsoft won't be releasing any of last year's next generation iterations. This could also mean that the rumored Surface Phone, if it actually does exist, may also not be launched until next year.

Right now, what is rumored to arrive is the All-In-One PC from the Microsoft Surface team. According to a source, this new PC was developed using the codename "Cardinal." This new device is said to have a giant touchscreen, designed to make workplace collaboration smoother and more productive.

Microsoft All-In-One PC Specs

It was said that the upcoming All-In-One PC will come with three display variants. There will be a 21-inch display with Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and there will also be two models coming with 4K 3680 x 2140 pixel resolution at 24-inch and 27-inch displays.

If the Surface Pro devices were dubbed as the tablets that turn into a laptop, this new All-In-One PC from Microsoft is described to be a device that can "turn your desk into a studio".

Microsoft Surface Next Generation

According to the source, the next generation of Surface devices is expected to arrive Spring of 2017. It was said that these new devices cannot be launched unless the upcoming Windows 10 update called Redstone 2 gets announced as well.

Microsoft's October Event

As per the same source, the event is very likely to take place last week of October. For the location, the Microsoft event is expected to occur in New York City.

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