The Unannounced Surface Laptop 4 or Surface Laptop 3+ Passes Bluetooth Certification

Microsoft may announce the device very soon

The surface laptops from Microsoft have been around for a few years now. The devices are known for their build quality and premium pricing. Despite higher price tags compared to the competition these devices have been able to create a market for themselves. The Surface Laptop 3 released late in 2019 was praised for its beautiful design and build quality. It was one of the first few devices to feature Ryzen mobile processors from AMD.

There have not been any substantial rumors related to the successor of the Surface Laptop 3 for quite a while now. However, it seems rumors have finally started which suggests the device’s release is imminent. According to a report from Windows Latest, a device linked to the Surface Laptop 3 has recently cleared Bluetooth certification in the United States. Four models of the device 1952, 1953, 1958, and 1959 passed the certification. These models were linked with the Surface Laptop 3 which suggests that Microsoft could launch the Surface Laptop 4 as Surface Laptop 3+ or Surface Laptop 3 (2021). Since it may be a rebranded device the design, display, and chassis may remain the same as the original Surface Laptop 3.

Leaked Bluetooth certification

The listing reveals that the laptop will feature Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi 6. The Surface Laptop 4 or Surface Laptop 3+ based on the Ryzen 4000 or Intel’s Tiger Lake core with Xe graphics may release in March or April. Rumors suggest that this time around, we may see more models equipped with AMD processors. Only the 15-inch version of the Surface Laptop 3 featured the AMD Ryzen chips.

Lastly, these devices could be launched via an online event or simply through a blog post.

Mohsin Naeem
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