The specs for the Surface Duo, Microsoft’s Android phone with two screens, were recently posted on the Windows Central website. The device that will compete in the foldable segment may come with a Snapdragon 855 processor, last year’s high-end Qualcomm model, and a single 11 MP camera.
According to the leak suggest that the Surface Duo is already in the testing phase and its specifications are almost complete. According to Windows Central, the company is already making the smartphone available to certain employees outside of the company’s device area, which has made it easier for mobile devices to leak.
The Surface Duo not only has a chip from last year and it has only a single camera, but also comes with 2 storage options without the support of an sd card. If the information is correct, the device will also come with a 3460 mAh battery and S Pen support.
Below you can check the supposed specs for Surface Duo according to Windows Central.
Display: Two 5.6-inch AMOLED displays with a 4: 3 aspect ratio and a resolution of 1800 x 1350 (401 PPI)
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Storage: 64GB or 256GB
Camera: 11 MP, ƒ / 2.0 1.12 µm
Battery: 3,460 mAh
Extras: fingerprint reader and surface stylus
So far, Microsoft has not released new details on the development of the Surface Duo and has not released the full specifications of the dual-screen smartphone. Speculation suggests that the device could hit the market in July.