The new generation of foldable Surface Duo should be one of the most important devices that will appear at Microsoft’s first conference in a few days. Of course, some information about the Surface Duo 2 appeared on the web before it debuted.
the first show The first generation of Surface Duo It seems far from Microsoft’s expectations, but it seems that the Redmond giant has no intention of abandoning the concept of a foldable Android mobile device. The Surface Duo 2 is practically certain to debut on September 22nd, and interesting information about this device is being provided by the database of the FCC certification agency.
Welcome to the 21st century – there’s NFC!
It is virtually certain – which does not seem surprising – that Microsoft’s new smartphone will be able to support the Internet in 5G technology, and will also allow the use of 6th generation Wi-Fi 802.11ax. However, the novelty is noteworthy NFC unitThat users of the original Surface Duo missed a lot.
The device must be equipped with a wireless charging technology called “Wireless Power Transfer”. This may mean that the smartphone will not still be able to charge the battery without connecting to a power source, but it will Transfer power to external accessories – Only for Surface Pen.
Top processor, but the rest is not impressive
What about the technical specifications of the device? Here we have to rely on previous leaks that indicate that the Surface Duo 2 will receive Two 5.8 inch screens With rounded corners, and everything will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor.
For this we also get 8 GB of RAM, in turn, we will use 128 or 256 GB of internal memory space for data. The battery has a capacity of 4400 mAh.
Of course, we will have to wait a little longer for all these discoveries to be confirmed – we will know the details on September 22.
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