Microsoft’s latest hardware product — Surface Duo has been announced and is now available for purchase in the United States. The early reviews of the device indicate that the product doesn’t live up to the expectations.
Amid all these, fan-made concept renders of the Microsoft Surface Solo smartphone have surfaced online. It showcases what the company could make as a standalone typical smartphone and not the experimental dual-display device.
The renders showcase a smartphone with minimal bezels and a punch-hole cutout at the top-center to house the front-facing camera sensor. On the backside, there’s a single camera sensor and an LED flash at the top-left corner. The phone, which features round corners, has a USB Type-C port
Do note that these are just concept renders by Jonas Daehnert and the company isn’t working on a Surface Solo smartphone. There are no reports of Microsoft developing a typical Android-powered mobile phone, so even if something like this is to happen, it isn’t happening anytime soon.
While the Microsoft Surface Duo smartphone with dual-display and a customized Android operating system has been launched, the company has delayed the launch of its Surface Neo with a similar dual-display concept.
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