Microsoft's Surface Duo may debut this Year
Microsoft's Surface Duo is a unique, dual screen Android smartphone which can go official this year, though Microsoft says that the Surface Duo isn't actually a phone. Anyways, this device folds up like a book, assist with a surface pen, and will come filled with Microsoft Apps.
According to Windows Central, the specifications of the phone include two 5.6 inches AMOLED screen, which can rotate 360 degrees and transform it into an 8.3 inch Tablet when unfolded. For performance there is older Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 with 6 GB of RAM and storage options of 64 GB or 256 GB.
As per battery it will come with rather small 3,460 mAh battery considering it's powering two screens. It supports fast charging through USB- C port. There is also a fingerprint sensor for authentication and a Nano-SIM slot.
Windows Central further says, the device will packs an 11 MP camera for both front facing and rear facing lenses. In terms of Operating System the Duo will ship with Android 10. However, it will get updated to Android 11 soon enough. The report says that there is no Wireless charging or 5G connectivity as of now.
Microsoft will complete the pre-installed App till July and all of the first party App will carry spanning both displays and drag and drop features at the time of launch.