On October 2, Microsoft announced new and innovative Surface
products, including the Surface Neo running Windows 10X and
Surface Duo. Unlike the Surface Neo, Surface Duo is smaller in
size and the bigger change is the software that it runs, as
it’s true ‘Android’ experience with Google services loaded.
Surface Duo is a dual-screen Android device with
last-generation Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, and up to
256GB of storage. The phone comes with two 5.6-inch AMOLED
screens and one 360 degree-supported hinge.
The two 5.6-inch screens combine for an 8.1-inch screen with
3:2 display aspect ration and it comes in at just 4.8mm thin.
The phone has also got a single 11-megapixel f/2.0 camera,
fingerprint sensor, one speaker, and a 3,577mAh battery. The
whole device, which is only 4.8mm thin, weighs in at 250g
without the bumper case.
Pre-orders for the device started last month and the
dual-screen hardware from Microsoft is finally available. If
you want to order one now, you can head to the Microsoft
Store, Best Buy, and AT&T.
You can also visit your nearest Best Buy and AT&T retail
outlet, and book your phone.
If you’re pre-ordered the phone from Best Buy, you’ll receive
the phone in the next few days.