Expected improvements in Microsoft's dual-screen phone

Microsoft is preparing many improvements in its new phone with two screens, Surface Duo 2. The specialized technical website Engadget stated that Microsoft sought to satisfy its users who criticized the first version of the Surface Duo phone and decided to make major changes in the new version of the phone.

The report quoted sources from within Microsoft as saying that the most prominent improvements that Microsoft will make in the “Surface Duo 2” phone is related to the rear camera, which has been upgraded to 3 rear cameras, one for standard photography and another for close-up photography, and the third with very wide-angle shooting.

Microsoft has also moved the fingerprint reader from its previous location to the power button, in order to make more use of the space in the device. Microsoft also intends to support the Surface Duo 2 phone with a supercharged Snapdragon 888 processor produced by Qualcomm, in addition to its support for fifth-generation communications technologies.

It is expected that Microsoft will launch its new device during the months of September or October, at a price that has not yet been determined, although reports are talking about the possibility of reducing its price to attract the attention of its users about the competing foldable devices.

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