Surface Duo 2 dbrand skins available for preorder
You can add a bit of flair to the Surface Duo 2 with a dbrand skin.
What you need to know
- Preorders are open for Surface Duo 2 dbrand skins starting at $20.
- Microsoft announced the Surface Duo 2 yesterday at its Surface hardware event.
- Both the Surface Duo 2 and the dbrand skins for the device will ship in October 2021.
Microsoft announced the Surface Duo 2 yesterday alongside several other Surface devices. The foldable device looks to be a significant improvement over the original Surface Duo, both in terms of specs and design. Now, people can preorder dbrand skins for the Surface Duo 2 to add a bit of protection and personalization the device.
As was the case for the original Surface Duo, you can order dbrand skins to cover the front and back of the device for $20. You can add on a logo signature skin for $2 or a camera signature skin for $2. Options from dbrand's matrix, camo, dragon, pastel, carbon fiber, stone, leather, matte, metal, and wood lines are available.
If you'd want to read more about Microsoft's new folding device, make sure to check out our hands-on with the Surface Duo 2.
The Surface Duo 2 is available for preorder now and will start shipping on October 21, 2021. The dbrand skins for the Surface Duo 2 will also start shipping next month.
You can personalize your Surface Duo 2 with a dbrand skin. You can just skin the body or add skins for the camera and logo. Options from dbrand's matrix, camo, dragon, pastel, carbon fiber, stone, leather, matte, metal, and wood lines are available.
A real phone
Upgraded in almost every way
Surface Duo 2 is a major upgrade for the dual-screen form factor, featuring larger 90Hz displays that curve down the middle, the latest Snapdragon 888 processor with 5G, 8GB RAM, NFC and can even charge the Surface Slim Pen via an optional case accessory.
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