Microsoft is preparing to release the second-generation Surface Duo 2 this fall, and images of what appears to be a near-final prototype have leaked online today, revealing a new external camera setup with three lenses, housed in a camera bump similar to other flagship smartphones on the market.
It’s vague where these images came from, but Windows Central can confirm that they’re genuine.
According to the Windows Central report, the Microsoft Surface Duo 2 now has a triple rear camera, which includes a primary unit, a telephoto unit, and an ultra-wide unit. The images also show that the device will have frosted glass on the outside and will be available in white and black.
They also show that the fingerprint reader has been removed and is now likely embedded in the power button and that the USB-C port is now centered on the device’s right side.
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The Surface Duo 2 is expected to have relatively minor design changes overall, with the majority of the significant differences appearing in the camera system and internal specifications. The Surface Duo 2 is expected to include Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor, 5G support, and an NFC chip for contactless payments, according to rumors. Microsoft may even slightly increase the size of each display on the Surface Duo 2, with slightly thinner bezels and black and white color variants available.
According to Windows Central, Microsoft plans to release the Surface Duo 2 in September or October of this year, with flagship specs such as a Snapdragon 888 processor, 5G, and NFC for wireless payments. The device appears to be a significant hardware upgrade over the Surface Duo 1, which shipped with outdated specs and lacking key hardware features.
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