The dual-screen Surface Duo is expected to be launched in the next few days, and Microsoft has invited a series of MVPs to the Surface Duo launch. It is believed that there will be an online event dedicated to Surface Duo on August 12th, and company executives are officially announcing intensive private introductions to the phone. According to people familiar with the matter, schedules for Surface Duo are due to begin at the end of August. Surface Duo will also be available at THE U.S., but the phone may not be the exclusive product of AT?amp;T.
Surface Duo is likely to start shipping later this month, and the phone will be available in other markets, including Canada and Japan. Microsoft executives have been previewing Surface Duo for months.
Hiroshi Lockheimer, a founding member of Google’s Android system, also posted a new announcement on his social media, confirming Microsoft’s close collaboration with Google to create the first dual-screen Android phone.
Surface Duo is a sleek, slim dual-screen phone with a hinge in the middle and a two-screen productivity device that comes with a two-screen collaboration, equipped with 6GB of ram, 256GB of internal storage, a 11-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 5.0 and Android 10.
It is reported that the phone will also contain a 3460mAh battery, considering it has two screens, the battery does not seem to be enough, but Microsoft has made software improvements to improve the performance of the battery.
Microsoft is also looking at more metrics that will make Surface Duo successful, for example, surface Duo will support Surface Slim Pen, and we’ve also learned from sources that the Device on surface Pen will be kept to a minimum, and that Surface Duo’s Surface Pen will be able to shuttle back and forth between the two screens, thanks to software features created by Microsoft.