Yesterday (23-July), the Microsoft Surface Duo was spotted in the database of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Now, it has received certification from the Bluetooth SIG authority. These certifications suggest that the Surface Duo may go official as early as next month.
The Bluetooth SIG certification of the Microsoft Surface Duo only reveals support for Bluetooth 5.0. However, it is a vital certification which indicates that its launch may not far away. Devices that appear on Bluetooth SIG’s database are known to go official in a month. Hence, it is likely that the Surface Duo may go official next month.
The FCC listing of the Surface Duo revealed that it runs on Android 10 OS. The certification also revealed support for major LTE bands in the U.S along with Wi-Fi 802.11ac. Recent reports have revealed that the Microsoft Surface Duo will have a pair of 5.6-inch AMOLED displays. The Snapdragon 865 mobile platform is expected to power the device with 6 GB of RAM. It may arrive in storage choices such as 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB. It will have a 3,460mAh battery. For photography, the device is equipped with an 11-megapixel camera. It will come with a fingerprint scanner and the Surface Pen.