Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval has confirmed that the upcoming Microsoft Surface Duo 2 smartphone will have Wi-Fi 6 and NFC support for mobile payments and ultra-wideband, likely to link accessories to the device.
FCC approval for wireless communication and so on Is the documentation just about that?. There’s also a wireless charging option that the FCC has tested, but According to Windows Central There is little chance that it will be the usual Qi standard as found on many other phones.
The inspection shows that the Surface Duo 2 has been tested on Wi-Fi 6. Among other things. It also supports NFC, presumably for wireless payments. The phone also contains Ultra broadband, a technology that Apple has been using in its devices since the iPhone 11 and which Samsung has also included in many of its high-end models. The examination shows that the phone supports 5G on lower frequencies as it is in use in Benelux and on higher mmWave frequencies.
go there Rumored for a long time about the device. Microsoft is holding a Surface event on Wednesday. It is clear that the American company will display its new phone there. The first Surface Duo appeared in the US a year ago, although the phone only came out in the Netherlands this year.
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