We know a smaller Surface product is likely in the works. But exactly how small isn't clear.
"Microsoft will launch an 8-inch Surface tablet in June and a 10.x-inch model as early as the third quarter of 2013," Digitimes said.
The display for the 8-inch model will be supplied by Samsung, according to the report.
This differs from whatearlier this month: a future Microsoft tablet is expected to sport a 7.5-inch display, according to Richard Shim, an analyst at the market researcher.
And that tablet isn't expected until later in the year, according to Shim.
Therefrom Digitimes, too, speculating that Microsoft would make an announcement at the Build Conference in June about smaller tablets.
No word on pricing though there have been rumors about $399 as a target.