Software company giant Microsoft is back in its smartphone business as they start taking orders for their latest device called Surface Duo.
According to reports, the Duo will have a price tag of $1,399 and the sales tip-off will commence on September 10.
“We designed Surface Duo for people who want to get more done with the device in their pocket,” said Panos Panay, chief product officer for Windows and Devices.
“Our internal research shows that three out of four people report struggling to complete complex tasks while away from their computer. That’s because smartphones with a single screen aren’t designed for you to easily do multiple things at once.”
Here are some of the device specifications we are able to gather for the Microsoft Surface Duo which was first announced last October 2019.
|2 5.6" FHD+ OLED with 4:3 aspect ratios|
|Storage 128GB or 256GB varities|
|3,577mAh battery (15.5 hours of local playback and up to 27 hours of talk time)|
|11MP camera with F/2.0 aperture|
|60fps with EIS|
|Support for Microsoft's Surface pens|
|Supports nano SIM + eSIM|