Microsoft Surface Duo 2 Will Be Powered By Snapdragon 888 – Geekbench
Microsoft is expected to unveil the Microsoft Duo 2 in October this year. The device will arrive as the successor to the Microsoft Duo launched year. The last year’s model sported the older Snapdragon 855 chip when other Android phones came with the Snapdragon 865.
Now, according to speculations, the Surface Duo 2 will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 chip. A Geekbench listing of the Surface Duo 2 has been spotted by MySmartPrice today. The listing reveals that it is indeed powered by the SD888.
The Surface Duo 2 Geekbench listing reveals that it is powered by a Qualcomm chip that features four CPU cores running at 1.80GHz, three CPU cores clocking at 2.42GHz, and a prime core working at 2.84GHz. The source code of the listing reveals that the Qualcomm chip is equipped with Adreno 660 GPU.
The listing further mentions that it has 8 GB of RAM, and it runs on Android 11 OS. It scored 1071 in the single-core test, and 3166 in the multi-core test. According to a recent report, the Android OS on the device will be laced with an improved version of the Microsoft Launcher.
Last month, a leaked video had appeared on YouTube to reveal the design of the alleged Duo 2. It revealed that the device is equipped with two separate displays held together by a 360-degree rotating hinge. It was seen sporting a triple camera unit. It also revealed that the device will be arriving in black and white colors.
It is speculated that the Surface Duo 2 will also feature an upgraded front camera. There will be an improved camera app to offer a better photography experience. The other specs of the Surface Duo 2 are under wraps.