With rumors circulating about the Surface Duo potentially reaching the shelf sooner than its planned arrival of ‘holiday 2020,’ more and more rumors about Microsoft’s dual-screen system will begin to spread early. It’s already started, with the new article making some incredibly detailed details regarding the device’s specifications.
According to Windows Central, the foldable dual-screen unit, which is expected to have two 5.6-inch displays each with 1800×1350 resolution and run on Android, would have a Snapdragon 855 System on a chip (SoC) under the hood. The SoC will be combined with memory of 6 GB, as well as capacity of 64 GB or 256 GB.
The Surface Duo can also vibrate a single 11MP camera lens, positioned above the right monitor such that it can serve as both the front and rear-facing camera, AMOLED panel displays 401 pixel resolution, USB-C fast charging, and a 3,460mAh battery that will be adequate to take you on a single charge during the day.
Technology-wise, the device will obviously run on Android 10, as speculated, but not too long after its release it will be updated to Android 11. It will also come with a number of pre-installed apps that Microsoft hopes to finalize by the beginning of June.These first-party apps will support both display spanning and feature drag and drop capabilities unlike third-party apps whose dual-screen features will be at their respective developers’ discretion.