I remember when AMDs mobile CPU offerings were so bad that nobody wanted to touch them. Manufacturers built a limited number of bottom-of-the-line AMD laptops with low resolution displays, tiny storage, and inadequate RAM just so they couldn’t be called out for anti-competitive behavior.
But now, everyone loves the Ryzen processors, so why give the Intel-based Surface 4 laptops the edge when it comes to RAM and disk? Surely there isn’t a technical reason for the difference. The sceptic in me smells preferential treatment in favor of Intel.