The Surface Duo, Microsoft’s first dual-screen gadget, was released last year. If the latest leaked photos are to be believed, Microsoft is currently working on a successor to the Surface Duo. Microsoft is preparing a Surface Duo 2 for later this year, according to new leaked pictures, and it will feature a new triple camera configuration, the images suggest. The photographs were first published in a YouTube video last month and have now been certified as genuine by Windows Central.
The Microsoft Surface Duo 2 will contain a rectangular camera module with three sensors, according to the video. The primary camera will very certainly be joined by an ultrawide sensor and a telephoto lens. The fingerprint scanner has been relocated to the power button, and the USB Type-C connector has been relocated to the right side.
The Surface Duo 2 is expected to include a higher-performance unit. According to sources, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC will power the dual-screen gadget. The screen size has yet to be determined. Microsoft is expected to increase the screen size while keeping the form factor largely the same. It could do so by making the bezels smaller.