The Surface Duo comes in 128GB and 256GB storage options priced at $1,399 and $1,499, respectively. Interested customers can pre-order one through the Microsoft Store. You can select the unlocked version or get an AT&T SIM card included at the time of checkout.
If you prefer getting the Surface Duo in installments, then you can pre-order it through Best Buy, which offers the 128GB model for 24 EMIs of $58.34 each, and the 256GB variant for 24 installments of $62.50 each. But do note that Best Buy only sells the unlocked version.
The third seller is AT&T, which gives you the option to pre-book the Surface Duo at its full retail price or pay in 30 installments of $46.67 for the 128GB variant and $50 for the 256GB model.
The Surface Duo is hitting the US market first and will work on AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon's networks, including subsidiary and international partner networks.
The Surface Duo is powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC that's paired with 6GB RAM. It boots Android 10 and sports two 5.6" OLED displays of FullHD+ resolution.
You get an 11MP single camera to capture photos and record videos and fueling the entire package is a 3,577 mAh battery, that charges through a USB-C port at up to 18W.