On paper, all of these specs and clever design certainly sound appealing, but there seem to be some issues with the Surface Duo.
In contrast to the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the Surface Duo has a chunky hinge that separates the two screens. Plus, there’s no display on the front, so you’ll have to open it to read your email or reply to messages.
It also doesn’t have access to the latest 5G data speeds, and the processor isn’t Qualcomm’s newest and best brain – in fact, it’s powered by the Snapdragon 855, which hit the market back in 2018.
It’s also quite expensive if someone wants to own one that needs £ 1,349 in their bank account.