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Surface Pro 7 stylus got certified ahead of official launch

It is expected that Microsoft is going to launch its Surface devices very soon within next month. Now, just ahead of the launch, a Microsoft stylus pen with Model No. 1853 and FCC ID C3K1853 has passed FCC certification. The certification lists some key specifications including that the device supports low energy Bluetooth.

It seems that the company will come up with a new generation of Surface Pen along with other Surface devices. It should be noted that for a time being, specifications, rumors and confirmation about the Surface Pen were missing. Experts are considering this as an obvious sign of a Surface Pen around the corner.

Surface Pro 7 stylus got certified
Surface Pro 7 stylus got certified

In general, FCC documents do not disclose specifications of new devices, and it happened this time as well so we can only expect a Surface Pen. Moreover, the company has not yet disclosed any details yet as well.

Since Surface Pro 7 is in line, there is a possibility that this stylus will be a Surface Pro 7 stylus. The stylus will eventually work on other Surface devices as well. Tech specialists are expecting Microsoft to demonstrate the Surface Pen during the launch event of Surface Pro 7.

Surface Pro 7 stylus got certified ahead of official launch
Surface Pro 7 2019

Throughout the year, different patents surfaced online from out of nowhere claiming that Microsoft will integrate a list of path-breaking features in its Surface Pen. Of the rumored specification is that the stylus will come with a small display with the help of which users will be able to control the pen’s capabilities more smoothly.

Also Check: Microsoft 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 

It is expected that Surface Pro 7 will be more or less similar to its previous generation apart from a few improvements. It will be a new age 2 in 1 tablet/laptop which will be powered by updated processors and USB Type C ports instead of Surface Connect. There will be a range of models in terms of processor and internal storage. It is expected to start from Core i3 + 128 GB to up to Core i7 + 512 GB.

Adhiraj
Adhiraj is a tech and business enthusiast. He writes tech blogs in his free time. Adhiraj's hobby is reading books and reviewing them.

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