Microsoft to launch it’s first Android Smartphone before the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold 2
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. However, Microsoft hasn’t announced its first Android Smartphone launch or any delay. A Microsoft watcher Zac Bowden tweeted on Friday, I’m told Microsoft wants to launch Surface Duo before the Galaxy Fold 2 is announced. So, before August 5th? We’re getting close. Assuming plans don’t change, Surface Duo should start shipping in less than 2 months.
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 some leaks, Surface Duo will be powered by Android 10 with a 6GB RAM, and 64GB or 256GB storage options. It will feature a single 11MP camera sensor above the right display that will be used for both front and rear-facing photos and videos. 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 South Korean company is projected to unveil the Galaxy Note20 and the Galaxy Fold 2 on August 5, and if this information is accurate, then Microsoft is supposed to launch the Surface Duo in the next few weeks, most likely with an official announcement on its website.
Well, the official date of the Surface duo is not yet announced by the company. Stay tuned at Android Rookies to get updated on the Surface Duo news by subscribing to our newsletter from here