- The Microsoft Surface Duo 2 FCC documents have now been submitted and reveal a little more about the upcoming Android smartphone.
- The records show that the phone actually supports 5G networks, as well as NFC, Wi-Fi 6, and more.
- The phone is expected to be officially unveiled on September 22nd during a Microsoft virtual event.
The FCC filings for Surface Duo 2 confirm some other hardware features of the dual-screen smartphone. It will support 5G networks and 4G carriers and support the faster Wi-Fi 6 standard. It also shows that the phone has NFC wireless support that was sorely lacking on the original Surface Duo.
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It is strange that the Surface Duo 2 FCC papers show support for “Wireless Power Transfer”. While that seems to indicate that the Surface Duo 2 supports wireless charging, Windows headquarters indicates that the leaked designs appear too small to support popular Qi-based hardware. It is possible for owners to use the phone to charge an accessory, such as a phone. B. a powered Surface Pen pen.
Previous leaks from the Surface Duo 2 suggest that the design of the phone isn’t that much different from the original. However, it looks like the phone will have three rear cameras this time around. Windows headquarters previously reported through unnamed sources that the phone will have two 5.8-inch displays with rounded edges, as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB and 256GB of storage options. Everything is powered by a 4,400 mAh battery.
Hopefully, Microsoft’s hardware event on Wednesday will finally pull back the covers on the Surface Duo 2, along with a few other Surface-branded Windows tablets and notebooks.