A few hours after the launch of the Surface Duo 2, Microsoft has announced that the Surface Duo will receive the update to Android 11 by the end of the year. The new version of the operating system will offer a better user experience. The dual-screen device can be purchased by companies on the official website, but it is also for sale on Amazon.
Microsoft Surface Duo on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2XU9WTc
The Surface Duo was announced in early October 2019. Sales began almost a year later in the US.
The pre-installed operating system is Android 10. Microsoft has released several updates, but users have reported software problems (gestures, multitasking, apps, and others).
Android 11 includes native support for dual-screen devices, so the experience with the Surface Duo should improve. With the new operating system pre-installed on the Surface Duo 2, Microsoft has set the right screen as a priority. Google will announce Android 12 in early October. The Redmond company has promised that it will distribute three main releases for the Surface Duo (Android 11, 12, and 13).
These are the main specs, dual 5.6-inch (1800 × 1350 pixels) AMOLED PixelSense screens that can be used as a single 8.1-inch (2700 × 1350 pixels) screen. Snapdragon 855 processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of storage, 11-megapixel camera, fingerprint reader, 802.11ac WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, Galileo, and LTE, USB 3.1 Type-C port, and 3,577 mAh battery with 18 Watt fast charge. Currently, the price of the 256 GB configuration is currently $680 on Amazon.