Microsoft announced its Surface Duo 2 yesterday with smoother 90Hz displays, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chipset and a revamped triple camera setup. The dual-screen Android 11 device will officially go on sale from October 20 in the US for $1,499 in the base 8/128GB trim. Buyers in Germany and the UK will have to wait a day longer as first sales there tip-off on October 21 at 1AM local times.
Microsoft Surface Duo 2 and Surface Slim Pen 2 (sold seperately)
Those who want to be first in line to receive the device can already head to the respective Microsoft Store pages and pre-order a Duo 2 in Obsidian Black or Glacier White. In Germany, users can choose between the 8/128GB trim for €1,599 or hte 8/256GB variant for €1,699. The 512GB model which comes in at €1,899 cannot be pre-ordered at the moment as it is not in stock.
The situation in the UK is similar in terms of available trim levels. The 8/128GB model goes for £1,349 while the 8/256GB variant is listed at £1,429. The top of the line 8/512GB model will cost £1,589 but is still not in stock.
Surface Duo 2 in its folded and unfolded states
In terms of accessories, Microsoft is offering its Surface Slim pen 2 for $129.99/€129,99/£119.99 as well as the Surface 23W USB-C Power Supply for $39.99/€44,99/£39.99. Keep in mind that Microsoft is not bundling a charger in the Duo 2 retail package. There’s also the Surface Duo 2 Bumpers which come in at $39.99/€44,99/£39.99.
Surface Duo 2 US pre-order page • Surface Duo 2 Germany pre-order • Surface Duo 2 UK pre-order