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Microsoft’s Surface Devices Leak Ahead of Launch Event, No Surface Centaurus in Sight

Microsoft’s Surface Centaurus may not appear on Wednesday after images of the planned launch products leaked online.

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We are just two days away from 's big Surface hardware event. Over recent weeks, numerous rumors have swirled regarding what the company will debut. Now, Microsoft watcher WalkingCat has posted leaked images of Redmond's new Surface lineup, including the .

Leaks have suggested many things, such as the Pro 7, Surface Book 3, 3, and the folding device. For a good look at what to expect on Wednesday, check out our Surface event guide here.

However, it seems we won't be getting the Centaurus. Looking at the images from WalkingCat, Microsoft will unveil an AMD-powered Surface, the Surface Pro 7, and . Over the last week, those have become the most likely devices, so confirmation is not a surprise.

Interestingly, Microsoft is running the event with an “Anything but ordinary” tagline for the devices. That's pretty bold considering these generational updates don't seem to be making sweeping changes, at least not aesthetically.

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Centaurus

So, is Surface Centaurus out of the picture this week? While these images suggest it is not arriving this week, it could still make an appearance. It is worth noting one of the images merely shows a woman entering a vehicle with no device in hand. WalkingCat points out the device is likely in her bag, could this be Centaurus.

If Centaurus does land on Wednesday, will almost certainly be announced at the same time.

If you're unfamiliar with Windows Core OS (WCOS), it is a modular version of Windows 10. By creating a modular Windows experience, Microsoft can put the full power of Windows 10 on any device. WCOS will provide Microsoft with a platform that will work on mobile devices and PCs alike.

Last Updated on April 9, 2020 12:05 pm CEST

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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