It was too it’s full of bugs, as discovered by Julian Chokkattu of WIRED. (He also read Dune on the first duo, which I didn’t realize when I first read science fiction on Duo 2). This was not just a minor error, another carrier that you might find to be tolerant at the beginning of a new phone relationship. This was confusing. Microsoft was determined, however, to make it a success. Try it, at least.
That’s why the Duo 2 was built with a snappier processor (Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888) and a slightly stronger body but stronger than the last model. The new design features a three-lens rear camera component – a 12-megapixel main camera, a 16-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens – a powerful upgrade from the duo’s original 11-megapixel camera, which doubled in size. . such as a selfie camera and a rear camera (as soon as you turn the device on). Like the previous Duo, the Duo 2 is impressive. Its front cover has a shiny Microsoft logo, covered with glass, which I have already scratched. Two 5.8-inch, high-resolution cameras have refreshing 90-Hz resolution. Also, it works with Top posts, starting at about $ 65.
It shows a brilliant flash, if the actual flash of information that appears on the back of the device is turned off. Users of the first duo, brave beta testers, did not like that there was no way to watch the incoming announcements when the Duo was shut down. That’s why Microsoft created a “glance bar” on the back, where you can see how the phone is charging or incoming calls or voice. This was incredibly fun. I asked the WIRED global director to send me a voice while he was standing nearby to see how the Duo 2 model illuminated. I think I dug deeper than he did.
The camera is good, but for the $ 1,500 phone, it did less. I picked it up Apple iPhone 13 ($ 799) and Google Pixel 6 ($ 599) with me when I tried the Duo 2 and was often frustrated by the Duo’s lack of camera. Pictures of people with bright lights look obscure. Of the several sunset photos taken on the beach, the colors faded together and the edges of the sand dunes were smaller compared to the photos taken on the new iPhone. When I shot my friends in the office with the Duo 2, the office light dispersed behind them.
Probably the most notable, just yet to take pictures are a very painful process, because it involves opening the brochure first. Photography requires pressing a power button and a volume button simultaneously — as well as hard. On the plus side, if you take a selfie, you can easily turn off the phone and take a photo, no phone suspension required.