Leaked Surface Duo 2 photos reveal new triple camera system

Microsoft has a Surface Duo 2 in development, due for release later in the year. The leaked images reveal that the new triple-camera system will be included in the dual-screen device. Windows Central claims that the leaked images were first seen in a YouTube video last month. Microsoft expects to launch the Surface Duo 2 device sometime in September or October. Surface Duo 2's camera system appears to be the most significant hardware update. The camera system is expected to include a standard, ultrawide angle, telephoto and ultrawide lens. As with many flagship Android smartphones, the leaked photos show a bump at its rear. Microsoft appears to have moved the fingerprint reader onto the Duo 2's power button and placed the USB-C port on its right-hand side. Surface Duo 2 will likely have minor design changes overall. Most of the major changes will be made to the internal specifications and camera system. According to rumors, the Surface Duo 2 will feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 processor and 5G support. Microsoft may increase the size of the Surface Duo 2's displays by making them thinner and offering more options for black and white colors. Microsoft seems to prefer separate screens for the Surface Duo 2 instead of opting in for a foldable screen such as Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 3. This means that all eyes will be on Microsoft's software improvements to the Surface Duo 2. Although the original Surface Duo has received a number of software updates, Android 11 has not yet been released. The Surface Duo is still a buggy device with frequent issues with multitasking, gestures, screen turning off while in book mode, and lockups with the fingerprint reader.

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