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Microsoft is selling the Surface Duo at up to $708 off

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The Surface Duo is no stranger to price cuts, thanks to its eye watering $1,499.99 price tag for the 256GB variant. Only a month after launch, Microsoft itself slashed $200 off the price, and earlier this year you could find it at $400 off at Amazon and Best Buy. To top it all off, it was named as one of the biggest tech disappointments of 2020 by us, and I'm sure others as well. However, it is a sign of things to come, dual screen phones are becoming more and more common as manufacturers work out the kinks, thanks to consumers being all too often a willing test case for new technologies, and you can now own one at up to $708 off straight from Microsoft.

According to a Tweet over on the Aggiornamenti Lumia account, this promotion will last the entire month of June in case you needed to book in some overtime, or move around some assets in order to be able to get one.

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As a reminder of what you'll get for your money, in addition to the Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6GB of RAM, the specs of the Surface Duo include a 3,577mAh battery and a single 11MP camera that serves as both a rear- and front-facing camera depending on the device's posture. It has two 5.6-inch AMOLED screens with Surface Pen support, and they add up to an 8.1-inch display in the typical 3:2 aspect ratio of Surface devices. The Surface Duo is a very thin device, with each half being just 4.8mm thin.

You can buy the 128GB Surface Duo at $658 off for $741.99, or the 256GB variant for $50 more at $791.99 from the Microsoft Store here. Amazon currently has a $701 discount on the 256GB phone, and $658.70 off on the 128GB variant, all of which are unlocked.

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