Microsoft reveals why the $1,399 Surface Duo doesn’t have NFC

Microsoft reveals why the $1.399 Surface Duo doesn’t have NFC

For the first time since the launch of Lumia 950 and 950 XL in
2015, Microsoft will be releasing a new mobile device called
‘Surface Duo’ and it sports a dual-screen layout with a
360-degree hinge in the middle.

Surface Duo was announced last year and it was originally
scheduled for release during the 2020 holiday season, but plans
were changed after Microsoft pushed back the Surface Neo to

Surface Duo sports two 5.6-inch screens and it can fold out to
a total maximum of 8.1 inches of the screen at 401 pixels per
inch. Surface Duo screens are AMOLED panels with proprietary
calibration process and active pixel alignment for vibrant

It also comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of
RAM and 128 or 256GB of base storage. Like Galaxy Z Flip, there
is no SD card support, so you’ll need to pick a variant with
the correct amount of storage.

As expected, Surface Duo apparently doesn’t have wireless
charging or NFC and it cannot be used for mobile payments.

This is because Microsoft tried to focus on “mobile
productivity” and “new ways to complete complex tasks” with the
Surface Duo. In other words, the first-generation Surface Duo
focuses on the fundamentals and it is built solely with many
benefits in mobile productivity and getting work done on the

“No, Surface Duo does not currently offer NFC. Surface Duo is
purpose-built for mobile productivity and giving people new
ways to complete complex tasks while away from their computer,”
a statement from Microsoft reads.

Surface Duo starts at $1,400 and you can already
pre-order it from the Microsoft Store, AT&T, and Best
Buy. Judging from the price of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
and Fold, this high price tag should not be a surprise.

Microsoft says the phone will begin shipping to customers
starting September 10 and it will work on T-Mobile, AT&T,
and Verizon wireless networks.

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