Surface Duo: the dual-screen smartphone could arrive in February 2021

Surface Duo: the dual-screen smartphone could arrive in February 2021

Microsoft plans to launch its new Surface devices in early 2021. The Surface Pro 8 is slated for release in January, with an 11th generation Intel processor and 31 GB of RAM. The Surface Laptop should follow suit a few months later. As for the Surface Duo, only available in the United States at the moment, it should expand to other regions of the world as early as February.

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The start of next year promises to be busy for Microsoft. Three devices should appear on the markets in 2021: the Surface Pro 8, the Surface Laptop 4 and the eagerly awaited Duo Surface. The new Surface Pro will launch soon next january. It will be equipped with a processor Intel 11th generation, of 32 GB RAM and a Iris Xe GPU which promises boosted graphics performance. The device will be available with your choice of LTE or Wi-Fi connectivity.

The next Surface Laptop, meanwhile, doesn’t have a specific release date yet. For now, we only know that Microsoft is planning its launch a few months after the Surface Pro 8, probably in the first half of 2021. The computer will also have an iCore 11 and 32 GB of RAM. The 15 ”models will be powered by AMD Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 “Surface Edition”. According to information, the design of these devices is identical to that of current generations.

Microsoft to launch Surface Duo in other regions in February 2021

While it is available in the United States since September 10, the Surface Duo is still expected in the rest of the world. Rumors that announced a release in Europe in 2021 could however be true. Microsoft would indeed provide to expand the availability of the foldable smartphone to other regions of the world starting next year. However, no country has yet been cited and the list of those concerned seems to be rather small.

Also read: Microsoft Surface Duo – spec sheet, price, release date, all info

The company does not stop there and is preparing a 21H1 update of Windows 10 for the next spring. This contains minor improvements, pending the complete overhaul of the interface promised by the Sun Valley update. Windows Insiders users should also witness the first changes early next year with the update. 21H2, also called “cobalt”, the development of which ended last June.

Source: Windows Central