More details of the Microsoft folding tablet that we saw at the end of last year are leaked.

One of the great innovations that Microsoft left us last year was its new concept of tablets: Microsoft Duo and Neo. If you do not know them, they are still folding tablets in book format, larger or smaller. In its day not many details were known about it, but little by little the details of Microsoft Duo are leaking.

This could be the Microsoft Duo
We have been talking for months about the new frontier of Microsoft in the segment of portable devices. Those of Redmond have done a great job at the design level, but to this day the characteristics of the devices were not known in either of the two variants. However, thanks to the information published by Slashgear we have an approximation to the characteristics of the folding tablet.

What can we find? For starters, two 5.6-inch displays with an AMOLED panel with an aspect ratio of 4: 3. As a curiosity, if there will be biometric detection with a fingerprint scanner under the screen. On the back of one of the parts it will have an 11 MPX sensor with f / 2.0 aperture although nothing has been said about a front camera and therefore no unlocking support with this function.

Now, if we take a look inside the machine we find one of the best processors on the market for mobile devices that is none other than the Snapdragon 855. This will provide 4G connection to the terminal and will have the support of 6 GB of RAM in addition to variable options between 64 and 256 GB of internal space. To all this we must add a battery that reaches 3460 mAh, which falls far short of even many of the high-end phones that we have today.

No launch data
This may be what little we have of the Microsoft Duo data but at least it lets us see the capabilities of the terminal that are not few. We have already seen that it will be a powerful machine and all under the Windows 10 X software as we have already commented on some occasion, but the most important data still remains: price and release date.

Until the Redmond people speak, there is time, which we will have to wait to see if they do not surprise us with any extra feature.

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