While Microsoft introduced the Surface Pro in May 2017, it is asserted that they are planning to launch a variant with LTE before December. They did launch the LTE edition, unfortunately, the accessibility was restricted to merely business people. From today onwards, anybody can pre-order the LTE model of the Surface Pro from Microsoft or Best Buy. The main variance between this with the non-LTE device is the availability of an LTE Qualcomm’s X16 modem, which enables people to access the web by putting in a nano-SIM port or through the built-in eSIM. It certainly is equipped with both preference and there exists a configuration menu that allows users to swap between the nano-SIM or eSIM in case you got a data plan on both of them.
Both devices got identical internal features, They include a 7th-gen Core i5 7300U processor, 4GB of RAM combined with 128GB inbuilt memory or 8GB RAM with 256GB of memory capacity. The 4GB variant expected to be priced is $1,149 while the 8GB at $1,449. Users have to buy Surface Pen and Surface Keyboard separately as in the above price package doesn’t contain these. While noticing the holdup in delivery some you might assume, and consider it as an indication that the device might feature an 8th-gen processor. a Core i7 setting. However, that didn’t happen and also it lacks Core i7 setting. In case the Surface Pro with LTE is overpriced to you, then you should await the Always-Connected PCs with LTE and ARM Snapdragon 835 processors to embark on sale.