Microsoft has finally revealed pricing and availability details, on the Surface, Duo-fold-smart-phone. It is an Android device that will retail for $1,399 and the sale of a tip-off, the following month, on the 10th of September. Also, We’ve got the rest of the spec sheet, that is, two 5.6″ FHD+ color OLED screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio, with last year’s Snapdragon 855 and 3,577 mAh battery.
There are also a few of the 11MP camera with F/2.0 aperture, which is located at the top of the right-hand display next to the LED flash. Microsoft has announced a “super-zoom” feature, with a 7x zoom, which is completely digital. The camera is also capable of recording 4K video at up to 60 fps and comes up with a CLAIM.
The key selling point of the Surface, the Duo is its multi-tasking prowess is powered by the Android 10, and it’s running a custom interface which Microsoft believes will be a game-changer for productivity on the go. Microsoft has modified the Office, and OneDrive to Android apps, specifically for the team and third-party providers, such as Amazon, and the Kindle for android app will also be jumping on board in order to take full advantage of the hardware.
The Duo will also work with all existing Android apps, as well as coming up with their own algorithms that can predict where you want to display the contents and open apps side by side.
Area the Duo what’s in the box
The 360-degree hinge that offers a multi-faceted operation modes and use cases, as well as the two monitors with support for Microsoft’s Surface shape. The Duo is also quite slim, measuring only 9.6 mm), folded. While it is quite small, of the 3,577 mAh battery is rated at 15.5 hours of local video playback, and up to 27 hours of talk time. The Duo has come up with an 18W power adapter in the box.
RAM is 6 GB while the storage space comes in 128 and 256 GB versions. Notable omissions, 5G, and NFC. Also, there is no IP value, and have a expandable memory or a built-in stereo speakers. The Surface area, the Duo will be available in the US on T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon. It supports nano-SIM + eSIM (not an eSIM on the AT&T model). International availability was not detailed.