Apparently, Microsoft does not abandon its plans to have a successful Android smartphone and would be working on the Surface Duo 2. Photographs of the alleged device were leaked, revealing its exterior design. Like the first model, the phone has two screens and a hinge. There are three cameras on the back.
There is a white and a black version of the Surface Due 2. It is also striking that there are three cameras on the back in an elevation. It would be a telephoto lens and an ultra-wide-angle camera, as additions to the primary camera.
The photos appeared on the unknown YouTube channel Tech Rat last month and went largely unnoticed there. Windows Central now claims to be able to confirm that the photos do indeed show a new Surface Duo. It would be a prototype that is almost finished.
The screens of the alleged Surface Duo 2 are not visible, but there is again a hinge, which makes it clear that the new model consists of two screens, just like the first version. The fingerprint scanner seems to have moved to the power button and the USB-C port has been moved to the right half.
According to Windows Central, Microsoft wants to release the Surface Duo 2 in September or October and the device will receive a Snapdragon 888 SoC. According to previous rumors, the new model will also have larger screens.
The first Surface Duo was released in September last year in the United States and in April in the Netherlands for 1565 euros. The Android device already had outdated hardware with its Snapdragon 855 SoC at release. The device also had many bugs at release and was not ready for release, according to reviewers. Microsoft has not yet announced anything about a successor.
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