After announcing its Surface Duo phone back in October, Microsoft has remained fairly quiet on the device. But it looks like we won’t have to wait any longer, thanks to a huge leak by way of Windows Central.
At its event last year, Microsoft had only revealed the device would have two 5.6-inch screens (with 1800×1350 pixel resolution on each) held together on a hinge—rather than a flexible screen, as is the case with the Galaxy Fold. Other than photos, the company didn’t expand much on what to expect in terms of hardware and performance.
According to Windows Central’s sources, the Surface Duo will pack a single 11-megapixel camera sensor above the display. You’ll be able to use that for both selfies and rear-facing photos and videos. Read more…
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