In October, Microsoft launched its second-generation foldable ‘smartphone’. Surface Duo 2 follows the lines of the first generation, where we have two screens separated by a folding area.
One of the curiosities of this type of device is how they behave in durability tests. And specialist Zach Nelson, from the JerryRigEverything channel, has already released the usual video that tests the resistance of the team.
Unlike other folding smartphones, this model does indeed have glass screens. Since these are not duplicated, they have Gorilla Glass Victus, and they only score at level 6 on the Mohs scale.
The big reason most viewers watch this video is because of the famous flex test. And when the device is a Microsoft Surface Duo 2, the curiosity is even greater.
The truth is that the smartphone shows great flexibility when folded (in “book” mode). But thanks to Gorilla Glass Victus, he ends up holding out like a champion, and passes the test without major problems.
Microsoft Surface Duo 2 launched with the Snapdragon 888 processor and a full 8.3 ”inch panel when unfolded. This one has 800 nits of brightness, a 90Hz refresh rate, and the aforementioned Gorilla Glass Victus.
The battery is 4449 mAh and the charge amounts to 23 W. Like its predecessor, it was launched only in the United States and in selected markets, where Portugal is not included, for US $ 1,499. Inside we find the Android 11 operating system .