Microsoft Surface Studio 3 exposed

Microsoft Surface Pro 9 and Surface Laptop 5 product lines are about to be updated, and Surface Studio 3 also appeared in the FCC documents, maybe it will be unveiled at Microsoft’s October 12 display event. Surface Studio 2 was released on October 2, 2018, and it has been nearly four years. As you can see from the photos in the FCC filing, the new phone appears to be in beta and looks almost identical to the Surface Studio 2 running Windows 11.

Additionally, a new FCC filing released earlier this week details a mysterious Surface-branded product called a "desktop computer" (C3K2043). This is most likely a new Surface Studio 3, as the Surface Go/Pro/Laptop/Book and even the Duo fall under the "portable computer" category in Microsoft's FCC filing. Generally speaking, any device capable of wireless communication must be certified by the FCC, and the new Surface Studio is no exception.

The so-called Microsoft Surface Studio 3 has been certified by the FCC and passed its network and quality control tests before being sold in the US. According to one of the documents, the so-called Surface Studio 3 uses an Intel Wi-Fi 6-compatible 802.11ax chip. The chip supports 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz, creating more channels available. The leaks show that the next Surface Studio, codenamed Chehalis, is expected to arrive alongside the upcoming new Surface models, with a new Surface Keyboard and Surface Pen expected as well.

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