Microsoft Surface 7 could be packing Snapdragon chip
The new tablet could have a thinner design and better camera, according to a report.
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The tablet will come with narrower bezels on the left and right, while the bezels on top and bottom will be widened to fit a bigger camera on top and a magnetic strip for the keyboard on bottom, according to the report.
It could also come with
connectivity, the report said, along with USB-C ports.