Microsoft launched its first dual-screen device last year. Called Microsoft Surface Duo, it is now available for purchase in the United States and Europe. The device got mix reviews but the tech giant is gearing up to launch its successor.
According to latest report, Microsoft is working on the Surface Duo 2 and it is revealed that it will come with support for 5G connectivity and improved camera performance. It seems the product is codenamed “Zeta.”
The report also suggests that the upcoming Surface Duo 2’s camera will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to offer new camera experience that will significantly improve image processing.
The Microsoft Surface Duo, even though launched in 2020, comes powered by the older Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. So, for the upcoming device, we expect the company to adopt the latest chipset and offer top-of-the-line features.
While information about the next-generation Surface Duo is surfacing online, it remains to be seen when the company is planning to launch the device. Given that the current model is rolling out to more regions now, it appears unlikely to see Microsoft launching the second-generation device this year.