We reported a rumor that claimed Surface 7 Campus as the ARM variant of Surface Pro 7. But it seems that there is no Surface 7 but Surface Pro ARM variant will come with border-less design and is code-named Campus. It will also have LTE support.


Anyways it confirms that there will indeed be a Surface Pro powered by ARM processor with thinner bezels and LTE support.

And we now have confirmation that the traditional Intel-powered Surface Pro 7 aka Harper will have a version powered by Intel i3 processor.


Then there is a tidbit about different ports on Campus and Harper.


More code-names coming your way.


Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 are expected to be the most probable launch candidates. Surface Laptop 3 is expected to come in Intel and AMD variants and two codenames may belong each to these variants.

You can read our coverage of Surface Pro 7 leaks and rumors by clicking here and our roundup of Surface Laptop 3 by clicking here.

A Surface Go 2019 successor may also be launched. The foldable Surface Centaurus most likely will give the event a miss as all the leaks and rumors have pointed at a Q1 or H1 2020 debut for it.

Microsoft event page has already gone up where the event will be live-streamed and you can check the page by clicking here. The event will be held at 10 am EDT on October 2.