The Surface Duo is a real product. We are sure, but we still have to wait a bit. The device was announced last year with the Surface Neo, but in between, we know the Surface Duo will come first. Microsoft has said both will be available in 2020. The Surface Duo has already been teased for having holograms. A product demo was performed but failed during a livestream. More teaser videos have been leaked online and the Microsoft Surface Duo is said to have arrived sooner than expected.
Microsoft’s Surface Duo release will still be on schedule, while Surface Neo will be delayed. It has already been noted that it might happen before the Galaxy Fold 2 launches, but we don’t believe that will happen. The phablet is expected to come with a new multitasking feature.
His arrival is coming soon. We just don’t know when exactly. The Movial team working on Surface Duo joined Microsoft earlier this month. There’s this custom Android interface running on Surface Duo being demonstrated. The Microsoft Surface Duo hybrid phone-tablet was subtly presented by Frank X. Shaw, communications manager for Microsoft. The device was also discontinued by the FCC.
New sightings have been reported. A handy video has surfaced on YouTube. It was published by Microsoft’s corporate vice president of the business management experiences team, Brad Anderson. The video featured the Surface Duo on display as a teaser.
So it’s real and it works. Another Microsoft executive, Liat Benzur (@LiatBenZur) shared a photo of her two children using “Different math applications read simultaneously” on a foldable device.
Another Microsoft executive, Joe Belfiore (@joebelfiore), also showed the surface. It looks like they’re leaving for Disney World.
No doubt the Microsoft Surface Duo is almost ready. We’re excited to confirm the specs: two 5.6-inch AMOLED displays, a resolution of 1800 x 1350 each, 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 256GB of onboard storage, a fingerprint reader, and a 3460 battery. mAh. The tablet will run Android 10 with Microsoft Launcher user interface.
Source: Android Community