What to expect: As Microsoft prepares to talk about new Surface products later this week, some of this information has been leaked from various sources. The FCC-approved test documents provide a lot of details about the introduction of the Surface Duo 2, which is improved in several ways over the previous version.
The FCC released documentation for a new "laptop" codenamed C3K1995 on September 17, although the device will soon be revealed on the Surface Duo 2. This data includes test results Several features of the product are highlighted, and previous leaks confirm, such as the camera upgrade or Snapdragon 888 SoC. We now know in more detail about the difference between the second generation of Microsoft's two-page device and the original version.
Information in the FCC file confirms features such as Wi-Fi 6, multiple. The 5G, NFC and Broadband (UBW) bands are likely for accessories and fast file transfers.
It's also referred to as "wireless power transfer," although it's not yet clear if this will convert to Qi wireless charging for the device itself. Another possibility is the ability to recharge your Surface Pen when the Surface Duo 2 is called. You can check out the other "Verified" specs in the table below: x 1,896 pixels (unlocked) SoC Snapdragon 888 8GB 8GB RAM, 256GB expandable memory without rear camera Wide (12MP), telephoto (12GB) Megapixels, Ultrawide (16MP) 12MP front camera, fingerprint reader, 5G connectivity, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC port 1x USB-C audio Stereo speakers Battery 4400mAh Dimensions Unknown weight Unknown Colors White, Black
In addition to more processing power and connectivity features than the first Surface Duo, Microsoft's next two-screen device is expected to upgrade to Android 12 in the first half of 2022.
Microsoft Surface Event Two more days goes live today, September 22, at 11 a.m. local time, and the Surface Duo 2 certainly won't be alone. Other leaked products include the Surface Go 3, Surface Pro 8, Surface Pro X, and Surface Book 4.
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