Surface Duo Launched

Microsoft's first smartphone Surface Duo officially launched.

Microsoft announced the release of Surface Duo.
Surface Duo, a dual-screen Android phone is the first smartphone Microsoft has launched since the end of support for the Windows Phone platform five years ago.
Source: Microsoft
Well, the foldable device was announced during Microsoft's Surface hardware conference on October 2, 2019 and is now officially released on September 10, 2020. The smartphone was announced alongside the Microsoft Surface Neo.
The Surface Duo runs Android 10.
The device is priced at $1,399, and features two 5.6-inch OLED screens, each with a resolution of 1,800 by 1,350 pixels. Microsoft says that the device introduces new ways to use a mobile device thanks to an innovative 360° hinge, two screens, and apps that seamlessly work together.
Source: Microsoft
The smartphone has 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 855 processor. Surface Duo comes in 128GB and 256GB variants and includes a 3577mAh battery. It packs just one camera (11 megapixels), but you can use it either as a front or a rear camera depending on what you do with the hinge.
There is a fingerprint reader for user authentication, and the device supports input from the Surface pen. The device packs just one USB-C.
To learn more you can visit the official website here.