Surface Duo 2 is a minor update to its predecessor but clearly an update in the right direction, but the same design.
Last year, Microsoft launched the Surface Duo, which is a phone with dual screens, a different layout but clearly popular. The only thing that was really lacking then was the hardware, which at launch was already outdated.
Now Microsoft has presented the Surface Duo 2 where, among other things, the focus on the hardware should be significantly “modern” and more powerful. We still have two large screens that give us a total size of 8.3 inches and this time the refresh rate is 90Hz.
The big snack with the Surface Duo is clearly the hinges that have received a lot of praise and it will probably be the same this time as well, instead of having an external screen so you can fold the phone almost a little however you want.
A big news this time with Surface Duo 2 are the cameras which now consist of three sensors, main sensor, telephoto and an ultrawide. All three sensors are at 12MP but how well they perform remains to be seen.
Under the shell of the Surface Duo 2, this time we find the Snapdragon 888, which is a huge plus, which means that we have access to 5G and some other functions that the Snapdragon 888 supports.
At the moment, there is no set date or prices for the Surface Duo 2, but according to the information Microsoft has given us so far, it will only be available to corporate customers for some reason, the launch will take place before the end of the year.