Back in December, Microsoft announced the Surface Duo would be coming to more markets in early 2021 and now that time has come.
The Surface Duo was originally announced way back in October 2019 but didn’t release until September 2020.
The device is powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of RAM and 128 or 256GB of storage.
Unlike traditional foldable devices, the Surface Duo has two 5.6-inch PixelSense Fusion Displays to create an 8.1-inch screen.
Those two screens are attached via a 360-hinge to easily flip on display over when not in use.
Battery life is around 15.5 hours of video playback time from the 3577 mAh battery.
The Surface Duo has an 11MP main lens that can record 4K 60fps/30fps videos.
On the software side, the Surface Duo is running Android 10 with the Microsoft Launcher and apps like Office, Outlook, Teams pre-installed.
The Surface Duo will be available for purchase from the Microsoft Store, Best Buy Canada and other Surface resellers on February 18th.
The device will be launching in the UK, France and Germany on February 18th alongside Canada.