Microsoft Surface Duo dual-screen mobile phone has attracted a lot of criticism for not providing the latest hardware, even though it is priced at more than $1,000. Although the price of Surface Duo has fallen sharply now, this dual-screen smartphone lacks key features such as NFC, which in turn makes many potential buyers look elsewhere. Even if you are dismissive of Surface Duo’s latest hardware and NFC and other important features, the Android 11 system has not yet been adapted to the push may be another basic factor that makes buyers hesitate.
Microsoft is currently testing the Android 11 update on the Surface Duo, and it may take several months before it becomes available to the public. According to Zac Bowden, Microsoft plans to release an Android 11 update for all Surface Duo users in August this year, but we still don’t know the specific release date. However, Microsoft may change its mind and may postpone the release date.
Although Microsoft is providing regular security updates for Surface Duo, it takes too much time to release a major version update of Android 11. By the time Android 11 reaches every Surface Duo user, the Google Pixel series and many other smartphones may have received the Android 12 update.
Android 11 is designed to run better on dual-screen phones. At the same time, you will also have exciting features such as a built-in screen recorder, dynamic media control, and granting temporary permissions to apps Abilities, and more, etc.