All the new products from Microsoft that we will see tomorrow are getting concrete. Several leaks that surfaced today indicate that we'll be shown the Windows-based Surface Pro X and Surface Pro 8 along with Microsoft's Android-based flagship, the Surface Duo 2.
The Microsoft Surface Pro X ultra-portable tablet recently received FCC clearance and passed Energy Star certification. According to the specs, the Windows tablet features a Qualcomm Snapdragon SQ2 processor, the same chip used in the previous Surface Pro X, and 16GB of RAM. Unfortunately, there are no details about the Surface Pro X design or whether the display will have a 120Hz refresh rate.
Surface Pro 8, the next generation of Microsoft's original Surface lineup, as reported, will feature a 13-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate. A prominent insider has tweeted a retail listing of the device, which is shown with narrow bezels around the edges of the screen and two Thunderbolt ports. The tweet specifies an 11th generation Intel processor as well as bays for interchangeable SSDs. Based on the leaked advertisement, Surface Pro 8 will cost $800.
There's also Surface Duo 2, which was also approved by the FCC a few days ago. The documents confirm support for 4G and 5G connectivity standards, NFC for contactless payments, Wi-Fi 6 compatibility and "wireless power transfer". The device is still classified as a handheld phone, though the document mentions the ability to "flip and unfold," which probably refers to tablet mode.
Source: Gizmodo, @Shadow_Leak