Microsoft Surface Duo first Android Smartphone to come with a single camera, no 5G connectivity, and no wireless charging
The top software maker in the current era Microsoft announced in 2019 that it will launch its first Android Smartphone Surface Duo in 2020 holidays. As per the condition all over the world due to Coronavirus, companies have delayed their product launches and events to a later date.
Surface Duo is an upcoming Android smartphone by Microsoft. The smartphone is rumored to be featured with a 5.60-inch touchscreen primary display. It also features a 5.60-inch touchscreen as its second display. Microsoft’s first Android Smartphone is expected to be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor.
According to Microsoft watcher Zac Bowden, the company’s first Android Smartphone will feature just one 11-megapixel camera at the top of the right display, which can be used as both for Selfies and as a rear camera. The displays themselves are AMOLED panels with a pixel density of 401. Surface Duo will come with a 3460mAh battery and feature USB-C fast charging.
The leaker also said that Microsoft Surface duo Android Smartphone will be launched with the Android 10 operating system and will be further assisted with the Android 11 update and so on. As far as the connectivity is concerned, the leaks say the Surface Duo won’t feature the most awaited 5G connectivity.
According to the leak, it is also believed that the Surface Duo Android Smartphone will not feature wireless charging. However, the is no official announcement of the other features and the launch date of Microsoft’s first Android Smartphone.
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