In the past weeks, we had witnessed some of the major leaks from the software giant’s gadget. As of now, we see the same device on the listings of Geekbench–a benchmark platform for smart devices.
The listing of the device has shown some major leaks of the device. The highlighted leaks include the flagship processor from QUALCOMM, i.e. Snapdragon 888 chipset, and the other feature is its 8GB of RAM.
The device from Microsoft scored 1091 in the single-core test, while in the case of multi-core, it gained a score of 3517. To recall, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G scored 979 in its single-core test, whereas it scored 3441 in the multi-core test.
For reference, both these devices are running the same processor that too on the same benchmarking app- Geekbench.
The test on the mentioned benchmarking app was conducted on the Microsoft device that had Android 11 alongside 8GB of RAM.
Earlier, the device’s leaked images were all over the social media that show us the triple rear camera setup on the exterior part of the device. Moreover, there’re rumors of the updated version of Snapdragon 855 SoC and it now confirmed them from the listings on the benchmark app.
However, in terms of chipset, the Surface Duo 2 doesn’t have the very latest processor- Snapdragon 888 Plus. The Snapdragon 888 Plus has been already on several handsets, including the OnePlus 9 and Samsung Galaxy S21.
Moreover, this model of the company is the revised version rather than a revolution or new design model. Anyhow, according to many experts, it is by far the best model of its predecessor- Microsoft Surface Duo 1.
The main puzzle of the device still remains unsolved. The price of the predecessor gadget faced backlash because of the competition in the market. Therefore, Bill Gates-owned Company is planning to give this brand identity by giving a suitable price tag.
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