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The Surface Duo 2 is coming: the FCC paints it for us with wireless charging, 5G and UWB support

On September 22 we have a Microsoft event: the firm is expected to renew its family of Surface devices, and among the protagonists is the Microsoft Surface Duo 2, the new iteration of its Android-based folding screen mobile.

The certification process of this device in the US regulatory body, the FCC, has already made it possible to advance some of its options, and it is hoped that this version will arrive with wireless charging, 5G and UWB support.

Microsoft maintains the bet for its folding (which is not flexible)

Microsoft’s smartphone is, judging by previous rumors, a super-vitamin version of its predecessor. If a few weeks ago we discovered your inclusion of three rear cameras, now more information about its specifications arrives.

In the FCC certification you can see how that mobile device that aims to be effectively the imminent Surface Duo 2 will have Wi-Fi 6 connectivity in addition to multiband 5G and NFC.

More interesting is the inclusion of UWB technology that Apple has promoted with its AirTags. The document also mentions the “Wireless Power Transfer” feature, which seems to point to wireless charging support, though it could also refer to reverse wireless charging.

Preliminary data indicated that the Surface Duo 2 could come with the Snapdragon 888, something that makes sense when revealing that support for 5G networks, but in any case we will know very soon if this data comes true.

Vía | XDA-Developers