Earlier this year, Microsoft launched a new addition to its Surface range, the Surface Go. Microsoft’s Surface Go is priced just $399 and it’s being described as entry-level, most affordable Surface and low-cost two-in-one hybrid Windows 10 device by the software giant.
Microsoft’s Surface Go runs Windows 10 and it combines mobility with some of the features you get from a PC. When Microsoft launched the Surface Go, the company promised that the LTE support will be added to the range in the future.
Today, we have discovered the alleged Surface Go LTE in an FCC listing. Microsoft’s Surface Go received the FCC certification October 1 under FCC ID C3K1825. It’s important to note that the original Surface Go WiFi model FCC ID was C3K1824 which indicates that the Surface Go LTE has indeed received the FCC certification.
A little bit of digging by Windows Latest also revealed that the Surface Go LTE will support several LTE bands including the LTE Band 4, LTE Band 5, LTE Band 26 and others.