The new tablet could have a thinner design and better camera, according to a report.
Microsoft will reportedly unveil a low-end Surface 7 tablet this week, along with a Surface Pro 7 and a Surface Laptop 3. And instead of Intel on the inside, the Surface 7 — codenamed Campus — could instead run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx SoC, Wccftech reported Saturday, citing French tech blog Frandroid.
The tablet will come with narrower bezels on the left and right, while the bezels on top and bottom will be widened to fit a bigger camera on top and a magnetic strip for the keyboard on bottom, according to the report.
It could also come with 4G LTE connectivity, the report said, along with USB-C ports.
Microsoft is also rumored to be working on a dual-screen Surface device.
Microsoft declined to comment