In recent weeks we saw how Microsoft was joking a bit about Surface Duo on Twitter and we did not know what to expect or when. Now, everything seems to indicate that the dual-screen device is ready for launch.
Microsoft first introduced the Surface Duo at a press event in New York City in October last year, promising to launch in the summer of 2020.
The company has not shared the official hardware specifications, but from the leaks we know that it will include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage and will include two 5.6-inch screens.
We first saw Microsoft’s new Android-powered device go through the U.S. communications regulator FCC, earlier this week, and today it’s already listed on the Bluetooth SIG certification page. Which means it is ready.
We know that this month the Surface Duo will no longer be released, but the new rumors indicate that it could arrive in July, that is, in the coming weeks. Because some developers already have access to dual-screen units.
Furthermore, phone leaker Evan Blass has also hinted that the Surface Duo will appear on the AT&T network in the US Blass generally gets marketing footage and unreleased phone materials a few weeks or months before they’re about to launch. , which also suggests that the Surface Duo is almost ready to go.