As the release date approaches, Liat Benzur, Microsoft’s executive vice president of modern life and devices, recently shared more details about Surface Duo on social media. Images released a few days ago show the multitasking capabilities of the dual-screen mobile device, such as children playing different games on two 5.6-inch screens. In contrast, many mobile devices today are still screen-shaded to perform more demanding multitasking operations.
The foreign MSPU expects Microsoft to soon launch a Surface Duo dual-screen mobile device with a Qualcomm SnapDragon 855 chipset and a storage combination of 6GB of RAM plus 64/256GB OF ROM.
Each AMOLED screen is 5.6-inch- and 1800-by-1350 resolution, has a battery capacity of 3460 mAh, supports biometric identification based on fingerprint sensors, and is pre-installed with a Microsoft Launcher launcher based on Android 10.
Shortly after its release, Microsoft will also provide Android 11 updates to Surface Duo as soon as it is released. As for the exact release time, it is not expected to be too long later than the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 folding screen.