Outside a few leaks, Microsoft Surface Duo 2 is pretty much a mystery. The handful of reports that have emerged so far have only revealed that it will be 5G-ready and will boast a faster processor and a better camera. Windows Central have happily finally shared some concrete information about the device.
In terms of design, it is not expected to be a huge departure from the current model, but we can look forward to subtle changes such as slightly larger screens with rounded edges and thinner frames for a more refined look.
The Surface Duo does not have a camera on the outside, and the only 11MP camera was, to put it mildly, a failure. While the latest report is thin on the details, it says the sequel will get an external camera array with a bump for enhanced photography.
It is assumed that the Surface Duo 2 will be launched in the second half of the year, possibly around September and October.