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The battle of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 and Microsoft Surface Duo_Part 3

In terms of power, the Surface Duo runs Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM, 128 / 256GB internal memory and 3577 mAh capacity battery. In Galaxy Z Fold2, we have a higher configuration with Snapdragon 865+, 12GB RAM and 256GB internal memory.

We have no choice to support the whole machine from the back or hold it with 2 hands. So he folding screen of the Galaxy Z Fold2, you cannot use your finger to hold the camera body.

In the Galaxy Z Fold2 without any trouble, it is basically still a single screen.

But when using many applications, Samsung allows to open up to three windows at once, but the screen space is not wide enough, making things not optimal.

Users can freely open windows on the sides and everything looks better because Surface Duo due to being two independent screens and having ample display space. In general, if you handle the work, Microsoft feels much more comfortable.

Microsoft even has the advantage of making drag-and-drop, split-screen windows easily.

Galaxy Z Fold2 is more limited because not all apps can pair together and dividing the screen also takes up more operations.

In terms of power, the Surface Duo runs Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM, 128 / 256GB internal memory and 3577 mAh capacity battery. In Galaxy Z Fold2, we have a higher configuration with Snapdragon 865+, 12GB RAM and 256GB internal memory.

Galaxy Z Fold2 can play games on both the internal and external screens, all very smoothly.

With the Surface Duo, you just play games in 1 screen

Finally, those who are interested in taking pictures, the Galaxy Z Fold2 will be a reasonable choice because Samsung equips the camera cluster on both the front, back and inside of the screen, so you will never miss a moment. As for the Surface Duo, the machine only has a single camera inside the screen.

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