Microsoft has scheduled an event on Monday, May 23 in Shanghai, China where the company is set to launch the successor to the popular Surface Pro 4.
Recently, the popular Evan Blass shared the complete press renders of the alleged Surface Pro 5, showing it from all angles, including the new Surface pen.
There are not enough changes in the design of the tablet, and looks similar to its predecessor with a kickstand on the back and support for the keyboard. The S Pen and keyboards will be available in a variety of colors to chose from (as pictured above).
Last time, the company also introduced a Surface book along with the tablet, but this time around, the company is not expected to announce the successor to it, as revealed by people closer to the company’s plans.
The company is set to unveil complete details about the pricing and availability details on Monday. Stay tuned, we’ll update you as soon as we get any other information about the upcoming Surface Pro 5.