Microsoft has published the Surface Duo's support pages on its website today. The move comes just less than two days before the upcoming smartphone is set to arrive for consumers. The company announced the dual-screen device last month, complete with details of its specs, features, and price. It now appears to be making the final preparations for the phone's arrival, with the release of the support pages being one of them.
These pages highlight some key topics about the Surface Duo such as a link to the rundown of its features. There's also a link to the page that instructs users on how to set up the device, which can be useful for those who are new to Android.
Microsoft also provides a step-by-step guide for attaching the included bumper for the Surface Duo. The accessory is designed to help protect the handset, and you can watch the video tutorial for installing the bumper.
There's also a dedicated page for the different ways that you can use the Surface Duo. It basically lets you learn how to use two screens to perform multiple tasks. There's even a page for making phone calls with the device as well as some best practices for cleaning and taking care of the handset. The Surface Duo will be available on September 10 for $1,399 for the 128GB model.