Microsoft is anticipated to reveal slew of new Surface devices at its press event today (Oct 2), including fold-able Surface. This will make us to know exactly what software the foldable Surface will run on which is rumored to be powered by Windows 10X. We appreciate the leak which is from a reliable tipster Evan Blass. Which is rumored to be powered by Windows 10X.
Just hours after revealing leaked pictures of the Surface seven (7), Surface professional seven (Pro 7) and Surface laptop computer three (3). Blass tweeted a few new software package dubbed Windows 10X (via The Verge). Blass’ tweet stated that Windows 10X is formed for foldable and dual-screen devices, and will run applications in “containers.”
This could mean that Windows 10X (which was antecedently referred to as Windows Lite), might run the bulk of its application from the web, which is similar to Chrome OS.
Rumors of a bendable Surface device has been stirring for years. With Andromeda (a foldable phone/tablet hybrid) and Centaurus (a foldable PC) each creating the rounds in leaks and patent pictures. The larger folding device is reported to pack two 9-inch displays and will be launched by 2020.
Microsoft’s rumored foldable PC could join the Surface Pro 7 and Laptop 3, which are slated to be relatively minor refreshes that benefit from USB-C in the former and an AMD CPU in the latter.
Surface Laptop 2 is considered to be one of the best laptops around, so we’re looking forward to the sequel. We have also heard rumblings of the Surface 7, which could be a 2-in-1 detachable that could rival the iPad Pro in terms of power.
We’ll update you with the outcome of Microsoft’s big Oct. 2 event in New York, so stay tuned for the latest announcements and hands-on impressions from the show floor.