Surface Go 2 LTE passes FCC certification with Wi-Fi 6

Surface Go
Surface Go
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Microsoft plans to announce the Surface Go 2 in May and {hardware} specs have already leaked on-line. According to retailer listings, Surface Go 2 would possibly include a bigger show and smaller bezels. The inexpensive Windows can even provide longer battery life due to the Intel’s Wi-Fi 6 adapter, which has been confirmed in one other FCC submitting.

Earlier this month, an FCC submitting for a “portable computing device” was noticed on-line, suggesting the existence of an up to date Surface Go. The Surface Go 2 has been sighted in an FCC filing for the second time and it helps LTE.

In addition to LTE assist, the FCC submitting additionally confirmed that the second-generation Go 2 will use Intel’s Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) wi-fi community adapter ‘Wi-Fi 6 AX200’. The wi-fi adapter helps each 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Intel’s AX200 additionally helps Bluetooth 5.0.

Surface Go 2 LTE FCC

This Wi-Fi module is alleged to have decrease latencies and decrease battery consumption and in addition to sooner efficiency. It’s additionally price mentioning that current Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) router can profit from a Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) gadget, however a Wi-Fi 6 router will nonetheless ship the very best outcomes.

While the gadget isn’t talked about by its identify within the FCC, the codename EV2 was beforehand utilized in Geekbench exams.

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