Microsoft’s Surface Duo is coming sooner and earlier than expected. It is an Android phone with two screens. More is already known about the specifications of the device.
Microsoft Surface Duo
Microsoft surprised friend and foe last year with the launch of its Surface Duo, which is an Android phone with two screens that you can fold like a book. Although the phone was already announced in October last year, the company announced at the time that we will have to be patient until the winter of 2020 before we can see the phone, but according to Droid-Life, the Surface Duo is coming sooner than expected.
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The device has been published by the American regulator FCC, which means that it is almost ready for sale. It is also remarkable that the FCC is not allowed to leak information such as photos and the manual until October 2020. Why would the secrecy period already expire in October if the phone is not in the shops until Christmas? There have been rumors for some time that the Surface Duo will be released this summer, and everything points in that direction too.
More has also been leaked about the specifications of Microsoft’s dual-screen phone. The device has two 5.5 inch AMOLED screens that have a resolution of 1800 x 1350 pixels. Furthermore, Microsoft uses the older Snapdragon 855 along with 6 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage.
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There is also a 3460 mAh battery and a single 11 MP camera. After all, the device works with the Surface Pen stylus and it runs on Android 10 with the Microsoft Launcher. Earlier this year, Microsoft showed how apps will work in conjunction with the two screens.