Microsoft announced its Surface Duo 2 yesterday with smoother 90Hz displays, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chipset and a revamped triple camera setup. The dual-screen Android 11 device will officially go on sale from October 20 in the US for $1,499 in the base 8/128GB trim. Buyers in Germany and the UK will have to wait a day longer as first sales there tip-off on October 21 at 1AM local times.
Those who want to be first in line to receive the device can already head to the respective Microsoft Store pages and pre-order a Duo 2 in Obsidian Black or Glacier White. In Germany, users can choose between the 8/128GB trim for €1,599 or hte 8/256GB variant for €1,699. The 512GB model which comes in at €1,899 cannot be pre-ordered at the moment as it is not in stock.
The situation in the UK is similar in terms of available trim levels. The 8/128GB model goes for £1,349 while the 8/256GB variant is listed at £1,429. The top of the line 8/512GB model will cost £1,589 but is still not in stock.
In terms of accessories, Microsoft is offering its Surface Slim Pen 2 for $129.99/€129,99/£119.99 as well as the Surface 23W USB-C Power Supply for $39.99/€44,99/£39.99. Keep in mind that Microsoft is not bundling a charger in the Duo 2 retail package. There’s also the Surface Duo 2 Bumpers which come in at $39.99/€44,99/£39.99.