Back in October, Microsoft finally announced the long-awaited Surface phone. It's a dual-screen device called the Surface Duo, and after 10 months of waiting, it's finally about to be released. Finalized marketing renders are appearing, including some for an AT&T model.
A new leak from Twitter user Panda shows the device with some of its accessories. Naturally, these won't necessarily ship in the box.
EXCLUSIVE: More official images (thread) of the Microsoft Surface Duo.— Panda (@samsungbloat) August 11, 2020
It's set to launch VERY soon. Who else is excited? pic.twitter.com/1ZSEwNw33L
We can see that the pen that's meant to be used is the Slim Pen that was unveiled alongside the Surface Pro X. For the Pro X, that pen charges wirelessly in a garage in the keyboard, so it's unclear what kind of charging plan Microsoft has for this one. We can also see the bumper case that various Microsoft employees have been using in their testing, and has been seen in their images.
There are a couple more images of the device with the Slim Pen, but nothing that shows the pen attaching to the device. Presumably, that pen needs a separate charger.
We're expecting the Surface Duo to launch this week, although things like pricing and availability are unknown.