Microsoft‘s double screen Android smartphone was talk of the town back in October 2019, yet almost very little information is available about this gadget. While we’ve found out a little about the product, details of the Surface Duo have been rare. At last, we’re becoming familiar with the details and a portion of the data is astonishing.
Already, we realized the Surface Duo had two 5.6-inch
displays at a size of 1800×1350
each and 4.8mm thick
. That is about it. Windows Central
is detailing that the details have been last for some time now and individuals are testing prototypes behind the closed doors. So what precisely are those specs?
Above all else, the Surface Duo is pressing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and 6GB of RAM. The consideration of the Snapdragon 855 rather than the 865 isn’t excessively amazing, Microsoft finished the interior structure a long time before Qualcomm’s necessity of a different 5G chip with the 865 was known. There just isn’t space for the additional chip and it’s past the point where it is possible to roll out such enormous improvements.
The Surface Duo will come in two variants, 64GB and 256GB (128GB would have better). The solitary camera sensor will be 11MP f/2.0 1.12um, both the displays are AMOLED boards with 401 PPI, it will have USB-C quick charging, and a 3,460mAh battery. We don’t think this battery will run two displays for an entire day in a single charge. We’ll need to perceive how it performs with Microsoft’s product advancements.
Coming to the software, the Surface Duo will deliver with Android 10, yet ought to be refreshed to Android 11. Microsoft is expecting to settle the preinstalled applications by early June. The entirety of the primary party Microsoft applications will bolster traversing the two displays and will facilitate drag-and-drop features.
A greater story than the specs the Surface Duo will have is maybe what it won’t have. Current test units clearly don’t have wireless charging or NFC. Wireless charging is a marginal exclusion, yet the absence of NFC would be a genuine bummer. That would mean the Surface Duo cannot be utilized for NFC payments. Now, the greatest questions left are the cost and their availability date.
||2x 5.6 inch, 4:3 aspect ratio, 1800×1350 (401 ppi) resolution, AMOLED
||Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
||11MP, ƒ/2.0 1.12um
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