It’s been a busy last few months for Microsoft, first announcing and releasing Windows 11 Beta, officially confirming Windows 11 will launch on October 5th, and now announcing a virtual Surface event on September 22nd.

An invite seen by Techspace Africa shows that Microsoft “will talk about devices and Windows,” which could include any partner devices, but it is safe to believe it’s a surface event due to the video included, see below;

If leaks are anything to go by, Microsoft may announce a new and improved Surface Duo 2, which is rumored to include better cameras and the Snapdragon 888 processor.

Alongside the Surface Duo 2, Microsoft might also be launching a successor to the Surface Book 3. Windows Central previously reported that Microsoft might not name it the Surface Book 4, though. Instead, it’s likely to be a Surface Laptop Pro. That’s because Microsoft is reportedly redesigning its high-end laptop to switch to a non-detachable 14-inch display.

Microsoft’s event is the first one announced in what’s expected to be a busy month filled with product events from Apple, Google, and even Samsung.

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