New here....don't see forum for my LTE device

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  1. tkco

    tkco New Member

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    My Device:
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    Trying to figure out "which" Surface I own. I thought it was called LTE.
    The 'properties' window says "Surface Pro"
    It says in 'system sku' category "Surface_Pro_1807"
    The 'surface app' says I own Surface Pro i5 Model 1807

    So...when I'm on a site like this one, or others where there are components specific to the various surface models. Which commonly listed model do I own?

    Thanks
     
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    GreyFox7 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'd have a better shot of telling you if you posted the CPU information. i5-xxxxU

    i5-8xxxU is SP6
    i5-7xxxU is SP5/2017
    i5-6xxxU is SP4
    i5-4xxxU is SP3

    Same for i7 models.

    The m3-6y30 is an SP4, m3-7y30 is an SP5/2017 except for the ones sold as SP6s which AFAIK is the exact same as the prior model and IDK how they get away with that. o_O
     
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    tkco New Member

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    Gray, Thanks for your info.
    I see my processor listed as i5-7300U
    According to your list I have SP5/2017.
    Microsoft once again makes things a bit more confusing and complex with such cryptic variation of models.
     
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    Pretty simple, I think... if you have an LTE device, it must be the SP2017/SP5 with an i5. I think those are the only ones that have been made with LTE on board
     

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