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Recently, Microsoft started sending initiations for a launch event that will be held on Oct. 6 in New York City. The invitation does not mention the products that will be unveiled during the unveil event. However, the source code of the live streaming page for the upcoming event reveals that a Surface product will be announced on that day.

According to Windows Central, the source code contains keywords such as Windows 10 devices, Windows devices, Microsoft Band, Microsoft Surface, Lumia and more. It clearly reveals that Microsoft will be announcing multiple devices running on Windows 10.

The Verge had previously confirmed that Microsoft will be announcing the Surface Pro 4, the Lumia 950, the Lumia 950 XL and the Microsoft Band 2 through a launch event in October. Now, information found on the source code of the live streaming page confirms the announcement of the aforementioned devices at the Oct. 6 launch event.

Microsoft will be announcing some of the most awaited tech products of 2015. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will come out to replace the Surface Pro 3 that has been generating good revenue for the company.

The Surface Pro 4 is expected to arrive in two display editions of 12 inches and 14 inches. Since it will be powered by the Skylake chipset, it will come in variants of Core i3, i5 and i7. It will be slimmer and lighter than the Surface Pro 3. It will be equipped with an improved Surface Pen stylus.

Microsoft has not released a Lumia flagship smartphone since the Lumia 930 was released last year. Hence, there is lot of expectations from the feature-rich Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL flagships. Since the Microsoft Band fitness tracker had met with good reception from its users and critics, its successor model is also one of the desirable tech gadgets of 2015.