First spotted by Droidlife, Microsoft has submitted the documents as a “phablet device” with the “model number 1930” to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website, which is believed that it is the Surface Duo unless Microsoft has another Android dual-screen smartphone in the works. It is suggested that Microsoft looks set to release Microsoft Duo ahead of its original target of holiday 2020.
According to the documents, the model 1930 phablet is running on Android 10, has two screens, and have LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC. There are “four configurations with both screens: folded and closed/open 90 degrees/flat 180 degrees/folded and open”, detailed in one of the documents.
Windows Central reported that the Surface Duo will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 6GB of RAM with 64GB or 256GB of storage and features an 11-megapixel camera. It comes with two separate 5.6-inch AMOLED displays connected by Microsoft-designed hinges and opens to become an 8.3-inch display phone-tablet. It also features one USB-C port, a nanoSIM slot, a 3,450mAh battery and will support the Surface Pen.