At the end of last month, Microsoft released the second Android smartphone-Surface Duo 2, which has a larger display, Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 processor, and a better camera and a larger battery. Surface Duo 2 is equipped with an Android 11 system, comes with some pre-installed apps and custom functions, but overall it is not very different from the original one.
Recently, Microsoft announced the kernel source code and an official package of Surface Duo 2, which is good news for users who want to customize ROM. Microsoft has uploaded the kernel source code of Surface Duo 2 to GitHub, the latest version is 2021.827.34, you can click here to view it.
Microsoft has equipped the Surface Duo 2 with a mainstream camera, supports 5G networks, uses an updated Snapdragon 888 processor, and added a larger screen. Microsoft said that Surface Duo 2 will go on sale on October 5th, priced at $1499.99.