The Microsoft Surface Duo is set to become a fascinating device. It comes from Microsoft, runs on Android, has two screens and can appear to be a tablet-shaped device. We also saw the device in action in a photo earlier. However, if you’re waiting to see what the Surface Duo’s camera looks like, then we now have our first look at the camera sample.
Microsoft’s hardware chief Panos Pane recently shared a picture on Instagram. This photo was taken with the Microsoft Surface Duo. It does not reveal much about the specifications of the camera, which wraps up at this time. However, it gives us our first look at what the camera is capable of.
Surface duo’s camera capabilities have been one of the secrets kept ahead of the phone, scheduled to launch later this year. A picture that we don’t have doesn’t draw us any conclusions on camera. Apart from this, Instagram also puts in between some compression which does not give us the actual product on our screen.
However, considering the phone/tablet will not be launched anytime soon, we are still far from real full resolution camera samples on the ‘surface’ web. Until then, this is the best we have. However, according to the campaign around the surface pair, it is understandable that this is not a device that will focus on camera capabilities. Instead, it will focus on different use-cases of productivity and dual performance. Therefore, it is unlikely that the camera setup on the Duo will compete with the top flagship right now for camera quality or features. However, that may perhaps involve some surface 2 or 3.
Microsoft Surface Duo may launch earlier than expected
According to Zac Boden from Windows Central, Microsoft wants to introduce the first Surface Pair that initially planned the vacation 2020 schedule. However, that would be difficult to meet with the world at a standstill right now due to the coronavirus epidemic. However, we should expect more updates from Microsoft in the coming weeks.
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