Surface Laptop Go 3 leaked: The new Microsoft device is now FCC-certified


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Looks like the tech market is getting more exciting. According to a trusted source, Microsoft’s latest device has been approved by the FCC. That means Microsoft could launch the Surface Laptop Go 3 sooner than we expected.

For your information, the company is working on a new device that could be the next-gen Surface Laptop Go 3 or Surface Go 4. We have yet to confirm more details on this device, but we now know that it is FCC-certified. Based on the FCC database, the device is listed under the model number C3K-2067. The description for the device is a “portable computing device” with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

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The specs for the "portable computing device" as listed on FCC

But it does not end there, the database also includes a diagram that looks similar to the Surface Laptop Go 2. In case you didn’t know, this laptop runs an Intel Core i5 processor and a 12.4-inch touchscreen display. As of now, we could assume the Surface Laptop Go 3 to have similar if not better specs than its predecessors.

All in all, we would love to see faster processors or larger storage for the new variant. It’s also great if we can have a better battery capacity or a new design for the laptop. However, it could retain the same specs as the Surface Go 2 variant, only with a very minor improvement. Whatever it is, it is exciting to see what the company has in store.

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