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Microsoft Surface Duo 2: All you need to know

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Microsoft has announced its fall hardware event on the 22nd of September, we can expect the tech giant to launch a successor the Surface Duo along with a new Surface laptop.

Although the original Surface Duo received mixed reviews, the next version will probably fix all the issues that the previous models had. The Surface Duo 2 is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC as per the details revealed by the GeekBench listing.

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The Surface Duo 2 will pack about 8GB of RAM, coming to the software aspect of the device, it will run on Android 11 OS out-of-the-box. The upcoming Surface Duo 2 will have a camera that will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to offer the best camera experience, this will also improve image processing.


The Surface Duo 2 is also rumored to feature 5G support along with support for NFC as well.

The Microsoft Surface Duo 2 is the company’s Android-powered foldable phone, the first model, the Surface Duo received rave reviews, Microsoft is looking to redeem itself with its successor.

Microsoft’s September 22nd event can be streamed virtually, stay tuned for more updates regarding this!

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