Microsoft's highly anticipated phone-tablet hybrid, the Surface Duo, is reportedly on its way to a Christmas debut this year, but the specs won't be particularly convincing. According to a new leak courtesy of Windows Central the Surface Duo will include a single 11MP (F / 2.0) snapper that will act as both a front and rear camera.
There are said to be two 5.6-inch AMOLED panels connected by a 360-degree hinge. Each half has an aspect ratio of 4: 3 and a resolution of 1800 × 1350, which corresponds to a pixel density of 401 ppi. A 3,460 mAh battery with quick charge function stops the light, which is quite small for a device with two AMOLED panels and a power-hungry chip.
Regarding the processor, Microsoft has equipped the Surface Duo with the old Snapdragon 855 SoC, which ticks next to 6 GB RAM and 64/256 GB onboard memory. Surprisingly, there is no NFC support and 5G either. A heavily skinned version of Android 10 is running on the Surface Duo. All internal apps support drag & drop and extend over both halves of the display.