What if the Surface Duo was just a normal phone

Recently Microsoft delivered its special double screen cell phone – the Surface Duo. It’s the organization’s first Android telephone, and it sports two wide 5.6-inch AMOLED shows held together by a pivot. Consequently, the Surface Duo is certifiably not a collapsing cell phone in any semblance of the Galaxy Z Fold 2, yet it’s as yet a contender, on the grounds that the two telephones are planning to tackle a similar question – how to give clients an enormous screen in a pocketable structure factor.

The Surface Duo being Microsoft’s original telephone of its sort, doesn’t actually pack lead specs or the most cleaned programming. It additionally has a remarkable huge bezel and helpless speaker and camera quality, however, it’s, even more, an investigation of the future than anything. We can conjecture that a second and third-gen Surface Duo, on the off chance that they really get made, will be profoundly convincing efficiency arranged cell phones to get.

And keeping in mind that we can even now appreciate its super slim plan and exploratory nature, a fun “Surface Solo” idea as of late sprung up on Twitter, made by planner Jonas Dehnert. It shows what the Surface Duo may have resembled, in the event that it followed a more secure and more customary cell phone structure factor:

The possibility of such a flimsy cell phone looks engaging, regardless of whether it sports only a normal, single showcase. The idea has it without any bezels around the showcase, and a punch opening selfie camera on the head of the presentation, alongside a fundamental camera on the back. Strikingly, the genuine Surface Duo just has a solitary camera for both primary and selfie shots.

Do you figure Microsoft would have succeeded more with delivering a cell phone this way, and obviously, at a lower cost? Or on the other hand, would you say you are content with the Surface Duo and energized for its future cycles?

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