Surface Duo 2 passes through the FCC with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support

Tom Warren

The Verge

The original Surface Duo. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Microsoft is expected to announce its new Surface Duo 2 handset at a special Surface hardware event on Wednesday September 22nd. While rumors have so far pointed towards a triple-camera system, the device appears to have passed through FCC certification with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support.

Windows Central reports that the dual-screen Android device has been spotted in FCC documents published last week. The documents mention “Wireless Power Transfer,” but it’s not entirely clear whether the Qi standard will be supported for wireless charging here. Windows Central speculates that the Surface Duo 2 may include support for inductive charging for the Surface Pen instead.

The FCC documents also confirm 5G and NFC support, both of which...

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