Microsoft unveiled the Surface Duo back in October 2019. Since then, the company’s executives have been teasing it for months. Additionally, the specifications and features of the device have leaked multiple times via certification bureaus and official emulator before its launch sometime later this year. Now, official renders of the variant heading to AT&T leaks as well.
The new renders of Microsoft Surface Duo for AT&T come from none other than well-known leaker Evan Blass aka @eveleaks. He posted them on his Patreon. Anyway, we could not find any difference in design from previous leaks.
These renders do not reveal anything new except for pre-installed applications. We can clearly see almost all the Microsoft apps, a bunch of Google apps as part of GMS (Google Mobile Services), and Spotify, which is interesting.
Having said that, according to previous leaks, the Surface Duo will be powered by last year’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 paired with 6GB RAM and up to 256GB internal storage. The dual AMOLED display on the device will measure 5.6-inch in size with a resolution of 1800×1350 pixels, 401 ppi, and 4:3 aspect ratio.
Microsoft Surface Duo for AT&T
Further, it will come with a single front-facing 11MP camera, support for Surface Pen stylus, nao-SIM card slot, fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C port, 3,460mAh battery, and Android 10.
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