Surface Duo 2 goes through the FCC with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support

Surface Duo 2 goes through the FCC with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support

Microsoft is relied upon to declare its new Surface Duo 2 handset at a unique Surface hardware event on Wednesday September 22nd. While bits of gossip have so far pointed towards a triple-camera system, the gadget seems to have gone through FCC certification with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support.

Windows Central reports that the dual-screen Android device has been seen in FCC documents distributed last week. The reports mention “Wireless Power Transfer,” however it’s not altogether certain whether the Qi standard will be upheld for remote charging here. Windows Central speculates that the Surface Duo 2 might include support for inductive charging for the Surface Pen all things considered.

The FCC documents additionally affirm 5G and NFC support, the two of which were absent from the first Surface Duo. There’s additionally a notice of super wideband (UWB) support, which could mean the Surface Duo 2 will connect to accessories that support the standard.

However, there are no clues at the new triple-camera system that everyone are hoping to see on the Surface Duo 2. This new camera system is relied upon to add a camera knock to the back of the gadget, as found in the spilled photographs recently. The Surface Duo 2 ought to likewise deliver with Qualcomm’s most recent Snapdragon 888 processor, and include some other minor changes like moving the fingerprint reader into the power button and focusing the USB-C port along the base on the right-hand side.

Microsoft’s Surface occasion will start off at 11AM ET/8AM PT on September 22nd. We’re additionally expecting a Surface Pro 8 with a 120Hz presentation and Thunderbolt support, a recently planned Surface Book 4, a Surface Go 3, and an update to the Surface Pro X. We’ll cover every one of the declarations live, so stay tuned to The Verge for all the most recent Surface news.

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