Microsoft is running out of specialty phones, but no one knows why
At the moment, it is difficult to get hold of a Surface Duo 2 in certain places, but it has not been announced why. It has sparked several rumours about new versions, changes to the screen or simply a waiting position in relation to the new Android system.
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Microsoft’s foldable Surface Duo 2 is sold out in several places, and especially in the US, it is difficult to dust off the mobile with the split screen.
This applies, among other things, to Microsoft.com and many Best-Buy stores, which have begun to remove the Surface Duo stations from the stores.
In itself, it wouldn’t be surprising for a tech manufacturer to run out of a piece of hardware during a supply crisis, and it wasn’t long ago that Microsoft confirmed that it was running low on Xbox controllers due to supply issues.
In the case of the Surface Duo, however, nothing has been announced, and therefore rumours of a new Surface Duo 3 have begun to sprout.
However, this does not seem to be the case, but Microsoft may be working on changing the phone from having two screens to having a single foldable screen in the style of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 or the new Xiaomi Mix Fold 2.
It is also being speculated that Microsoft is simply letting its inventory run out until Android 12L is completed, which is expected in the coming months so that the product does not receive a giant software change right after the user launch experience.
However, nothing has been confirmed, and Microsoft has not responded to Windowscentral’s inquiry.