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What to expect from Microsoft’s October 2 Event?

What to expect from Microsoft's October 2 Event
What to expect from Microsoft's October 2 Event

All the popular tech giants are going to be holding events in the interval of the next two months. As we all know that, Apple is going to launch new smartphones on September 12, Google to launch Pixel phones on October 9. Now, Microsoft has sent out invites for the event on October 2. The invite reads “A moment of your time” including date and time of the event, which is October 2, 4:00 PM ET. We expect that Microsoft will launch a new Surface device.

Information about the Microsoft’s event is quite unclear. However, we expect might release new lineup in surface series, but there are not many leaks about the new surface device. In June 2018, there were reports that Microsoft is planning a big redesign of Surface Book 6, but we don’t expect this happen till the next year.

As per anticipation, Microsoft will update its Surface Pro line and Surface Laptops with the latest Intel processors. Moreover, it is being rumored that the Surface Studio, Microsoft’s all-in-one PC to get an upgrade. We also anticipate that the company redesigns the look of Surface Hub 2. The next-gen Surface Hub 2 consists of the slim design and a bezel-less 4K 50.5-inch display focused for offices and conference rooms. You can merge four screens together and use them as a portrait or landscape view. Microsoft might also provide a demo of the device.

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Apart from this, Microsoft will also talk about the Windows 10 October 2018 update, which is likely to release in October. However, there is no official announcement about the Windows 10 update. As per details, the update might consider the Your Phone App that allows your operating system to interact with Android and iOS smartphones, along with photo and message support. Apart from this, File Explorer will be available in dark mode, Cloud Clipboard for copying and pasting between devices, a rewind screenshot tool, updated notepad, and new Windows security features, etc.

So, these are the things that you can expect from Microsoft’s October 2 Event.

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