Microsoft Surface Duo remains to be on observe for launch this yr | Tip

Microsoft Surface Duo is still on track for release this year | Tip
There have been many uncertainties across the launch of Microsoft’s two bold merchandise – Surface Neo and Surface Duo. The “exact” launch of each the foldable units remains to be unknown however we wait eagerly to see them accessible available in the market as early as potential. However, a potential launch timeframe of one among them has now surfaced that claims the gadget may launch in 2020.

AndroidAuthority has been tipped off by a supply accustomed to Microsoft’s plans, in keeping with whom, the Android-powered Surface Duo may launch someday in 2020. Meanwhile, the launch timeframe for Windows-powered Surface Neo remains to be unknown.

Note that the Surface Duo was launched alongside the Surface Neo by Microsoft at Surface Event in October 2019 however the units aren’t accessible but and there are substantial proofs on their availability as effectively.

The Surface Duo was spotted being used in the wild in February 2020. Its first glimpse confirmed the gadget shouldn’t be absolutely prepared for coming into the market. And this seems to be the one motive why Microsoft retains on delaying it. At the time of introduction, Microsoft did not actually speak about technical particulars of the Surface Duo, however in a while, in March 2020, a set of specs was leaked that claimed it’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor with no 5G help. The base mannequin will arrive with 6GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage configuration and there aren’t any different choices accessible.

The Surface Duo and Surface Neo will run Windows 10X, a particular model of Windows 10 which was first crafted particularly for dual-screen units. But, only recently, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 10X can be utilized by single-screen units like laptops as effectively.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has introduced new Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, Surface Headphones 2, and extra equipment.

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