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Microsoft recently revealed that the Surface Pro LTE is coming later this year however according to the Microsoft Store listing, the Surface Pro with LTE won’t arrive until 2018. It looks like Microsoft has ultimately delayed the Surface Pro LTE which was earlier supposed to arrive in the fourth quarter of this year.

Microsoft Store listing has revealed that the Surface Pro LTE will be released in early 2018, Microsoft hasn’t updated the page with any specific release date but the listing confirms that it would arrive in Spring 2018.

“The new Surface Pro with LTE will be made available for purchase at retail Spring 2018. We’re excited to bring you a Surface Pro that is now faster, lighter, quieter, and more connected than ever,” Microsoft Store listing reads.

It could be an error as in the past Microsoft had listed the Lumia 650 as Lumia 651 with changed specs. It might be possible that the Surface Pro will still be released in December 2017. Microsoft will, however, update the page in the coming hours or release a statement to confirm whether or not it was a technical error.

Microsoft’s Surface Pro LTE will be a hit in the areas where Wi-Fi is not available as LTE support offers the best on-the-go Internet connectivity. The Surface Pro features a 12.3-inch display with PixelSense technology and the other features depend on the configuration you will pick.

The Surface Pro LTE with 7th generation Intel Core m3 processor, 128GB of storage and 4GB of RAM will be available for $799 whereas the expensive model with Core i7 processor, 1TB of SSD and 16GB of RAM will cost $2,699. If you are looking for a larger screen and better performance, you should check out the latest Surface Book 2.

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