It has barely been a week since an FCC filing submitted by Microsoft surfaced online pointing to the "new Surface Studio 3" device. There wasn't much to go on about this leak other than it belonged to a desktop computer with an Intel processor under the hood.
And now, the device's design has leaked through an FCC filing which includes a photo of the entry. In the photo, the device appears to be in the testing phase which could ideally be an indication that it is about to be released. Perhaps during Microsoft's showcase event which is scheduled for October, 12. We also expect Microsoft to launch its Intel variant of the Surface Pro X alongside the Surface Gaming Laptop whose specifications also leaked earlier this month.
The design displayed in the photo is quite similar to that of the Surface Studio 2 which is running on Windows 11. The FCC filing report date was marked as September 16, proving that this was a recently captured photo. We expect this device to be launched alongside the leaked refreshed keyboard, mouse, and pen.
But for now, we will have to wait for the showcase to see the spec bumps made by Microsoft on the devices it launches. Perhaps Microsoft might finally enhance its desktop computer designs and include some modern specs to the hardware.
(Via: WIndows Central)