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Microsoft Surface Duo May 2 launched later this year: Report

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The Microsoft Surface 2 Duo is believed to be under development and the company may release it later this year. According to a report, Microsoft is working on the second generation of its dual-screen Android smartphone, which is equipped with a faster processor, 5G and an improved camera. The report also claims that in addition to hardware, the technology giant is focusing specifically on software to “provide a mobile user experience” that brings the best of Microsoft to the Android ecosystem.

Referring to sources familiar with the development, Windows Latest reports that Microsoft prepares an updated model of Surface Duo, the first Android dual-screen Android smartphone to feature two OLED displays connected by a 360-degree hinge. The report says that the successor to the Surface Duo can be called the Surface Duo 2 and adds that the device is under development “from the second half of 2020 and is scheduled to launch in the fall of this year.”

He also added that the Surface Duo 2 will place a “special emphasis” on “fixing and improving software that includes a camera application.” Citing numerous job postings from Microsoft that have already been removed, the report says the Windows maker is adding more engineers to the team developing the handset. IN report released in February, Windows Latest also claims that the Surface Duo 2 is codenamed “Zeta” and will be released with 5G connectivity as well as an improved camera.

Microsoft Surface Duo was starts with two 5.6-inch OLED (1350×1,800 pixels) displays that combine to provide an 8.1-inch PixelSense Fusion display (2700 x 1800 pixels). It has an 11-megapixel camera sensor with an f / 2.0 lens on the front. The Surface Duo is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, paired with 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. There are two batteries with a total capacity of 3,577mAh.


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