Today it is Microsoft who presents its new technological products in society. Among the variety of products presented at today’s Surface event, we look at the company’s new folding mobile phone.
The new Surface Duo 2 is the new attempt of the company in the segment of folding mobile phones, betting on a update on photographic features, increased screen refresh rate, plus design improvements, and more.
The new Surface Duo 2 has two 5.8 ″ AMOLED screens, with a slight increase in size compared to the 5.6 ″ of the previous version, with a refresh rate that amounts to 90Hz, and that after opening, they make up a combined 8.3 ″ screen.
When the device mobile is closed, it will be from the “view bar” of the hinge where the time, notifications and battery status are displayed.
The processor is housed inside the device Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, 8GB of RAM, 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of internal storage, in addition to also having a 4449 mAh battery capacity for a full day of autonomy, with support for wireless charging using the Qi standard.
Regarding the photographic section, instead of a dual 11MP camera, in this version we find a configuration composed of a 12 MP main camera (f / 1.7 and OIS), 16MP ultra wide angle (f / 2.2) and 12MP telephoto camera (f / 2.4 with OIS), in addition to a TOF sensor.
This device is also compatible with the also new Surface Slim Pen 2, which can be wirelessly charged with the Surface Duo 2 via a dedicated case. At the connectivity level, this device has options such as 5G and Bluetooth 5.0, as well as NFC for payments, and more.
The new Surface Duo 2 will come with Android 11 and with 150 optimized games such as Asphalt Legends 9, Modern Combat 5, and Dungeon Hunter 5, among many others, according to Microsoft.
Regarding availability, as of today it is available for pre-sale in silver and black in selected markets, with the expectation that throughout October it will arrive in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany and Japan in October under a price starting from $ 1,500 onwards.
More information: Microsoft