The Surface Neo, which was released two years ago, has no shadow. The dual-screen Android phone Surface Duo released by Microsoft at the same time is now in the second generation. Compared with the first generation, the Surface Duo 2 unveiled today can be regarded as an upgraded version. Its body has become thinner, and it has also been improved for the camera. Compared with the previous design that only relied on an 11MP camera on the top of the screen to dominate the world, the camera configuration of Duo 2 is undoubtedly more reasonable, and the external camera has both wide-angle (12MP with f/1.7 lens with optical image stabilization) , Ultra wide-angle (16MP) and telephoto (12MP with f/2.4 lens with optical image stabilization). Nowadays, whether you want to take a normal shot or take a selfie, you don’t need to think too much about how to open the screen and how to hold it.
However, due to the huge bulge of the three-camera module, Duo 2 can’t turn out completely like the original. For users who prefer regular mobile phones, the phone habits may have a little impact. However, each AMOLED screen of Duo 2 has been slightly increased from the original 5.6 inches to 5.8 inches, and the total size will reach 8.3 inches after opening. The resolution of the single-sided screen has been changed from 1,350 x 1,800 to 1,344 x 1,892, which means that the overall screen is stretched a bit taller/longer, and the shape will be a bit closer to the phone than before.
According to Microsoft, Surface Duo 2 is the thinnest and lightest 5G mobile device on the market, with a thickness of only 5.5mm. This time the factory has added a slight curvature to the edge of the screen near the middle side, in order to make the “inner page” more like a real book, so that it will be more comfortable when the user performs some drag operations. At the same time, the refresh rate of the panel has now risen to 90Hz, and the colleague at the main site opened the webpage to scroll and thought that the synchronization rate on both sides was also controlled without any problems.
In addition, this device also supports Microsoft’s new Slim Pen 2. This stylus can control tactile feedback and can be magnetically attached to Duo 2. When you use it to write or draw on the screen, you can feel the corresponding vibration, and it will also simulate the touch of a pen across the paper. During the hands-on play, the main station colleagues basically did not encounter any stuttering or bugs, which is a world of difference from the experience when the original Duo was released… The processor of the new machine uses the Snapdragon 888, and it has a 4,449mAh battery. . The price starts at US$1,500 and will be the first to be sold in the United States from October 21st.