The Microsoft Surface Duo was one of the most attractive dual-screen / foldable smartphones of 2020, but it wasn't without its flaws. One of the most notable was the camera system. It features only one camera module, an 11 MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture and an 84-degree field of view. Fortunately, Microsoft's successor appears to be slightly ahead.
Windows Central shared images that look like the next generation of Microsoft Surface Duo. The images, which were originally from YouTuber Tech Rat, were first released over a month ago, but they flew under the radar until Windows Central picked them up this week.
In the images, we see a device that looks almost like the first generation Surface Duo, offering a large camera shot on the back of the device that appears to have three modules. According to WC, these photos are actually legal and show an ultra-wide, telephoto and standard lens. The flash opens the camera array with the microphone.
This leak often shows the two color schemes of the phone, black and white. The built-in fingerprint reader has also been removed and can now be built into the on/off button, or it may be built into the display.
Microsoft's second-generation Surface Duo is expected to launch this fall, though prices are still low Most puzzlers believe that compared to the first-generation device that comes with older hardware, it will be significantly more powerful and capable. I hope this doesn't affect the price too much, as the initial price started at $1399.99 at the time of sale (but is now only $649.99). p>
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