You can get the Microsoft Surface Duo Android smartphone for $699 instead of $1399 by trading your working 256GB iPhone Pro
Microsoft Surface Duo dual-screen Android smartphone will be released on September 10, 2020. The Microsoft Surface Duo comes with a 360-degree hinge and features two separate OLED displays. Microsoft has also provided a separate Surface Duo SDK to let developers optimize apps for the new form-factor. Microsoft Surface Duo price starts at $1,399 (roughly Rs. 1,04,600), revealed Microsoft through a blog post.
However, you can trade-in your working 256GB iPhone 11 Pro and get the Microsoft Surface Duo for just $699. And like the other device manufacturers, Microsoft has launched a trade-in website that allows you to buy its products much cheaper in exchange for your older smartphone, laptop, or tablet.
We tried out Microsoft’s trade-in portal and found that we could get the upcoming Microsoft Surface Duo Android smartphone for just $699 if we exchange our 256GB iPhone 11 Pro in working condition along with the charger. You can also exchange other brands of smartphones, tablets, or laptops to buy a Surface Duo at a cheaper price.
The $1399 price set by Microsoft for Surface Duo is considered to be way high even by avid market watchers considering Microsoft is powering Duo with previous generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip at a time when cheaper flagship Android phones, like the Samsung Galaxy Note20, are already featuring the new 865+ processor.