And finally Microsoft’s marvellous creation is out to please our eyes!
The dual screen smartphone, Surface Duo will mesmerize you with the company’s designing prowess which was unveiled by Microsoft last year in October, giving rise to the anticipation among its followers.
But the elegant looking phone is more than just an eye-candy with decent features including the split screen on a 360 degrees hinge.
The Surface Duo includes two separate 5.6-inch OLED displays that open up to form a 8.1-inch overall workspace with a 3:2 aspect ratio. The device uses real Gorilla Glass unlike its main rival Samsung Galaxy fold, and the displays are designed to work in a similar way on a Windows PC.
Coming down to its camera, Microsoft is using a 11 MP lens, which will include auto modes for low light, HDR and seven times super zoom up. Both 4K and 1080p video recording will be supported with electronic image stabilization. However there’s only a single camera on the device.
The Surface Duo runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and is equipped with 6GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The phone also has two batteries, split beneath both the displays delivering 3577mAh power.
Microsoft’s Surface Duo will be coming out on 10 September with a price tag of $1,399.