Surface Duo gets first batch of firmware updates after launch

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Microsoft officially unveiled its Surface Duo last month with the dual-screen device reaching its first customers starting today. With the Surface Duo just available, the company already rolled out the first batch of firmware updates for the device (via Neowin).

The changelog isn’t big in number, but these updates largely bring camera stability, performance, and image quality enhancements for Surface Duo owners. The unlocked Surface Duo is getting the firmware version 2020.812.86, while the AT&T Locked version is getting version 2020.812.87, but the fixes are identical across both variants.

You can see the official changelog below:

  • Device stability improvements.
  • Camera stability, performance, and image quality improvements.
  • Improved application gestures for dismissing and moving apps to full screen.
  • Improvements in calling features and stability.

If you have a Surface Duo arriving today, you can grab these updates right away by tapping Settings > System > System update > Check for update. Otherwise, the new Surface Duo is available to buy now in the US with a price starting at $1,399. The product comes in 128GB and 256GB variations, and you can get up to $700 cashback with a qualified trade-in when you purchase from Microsoft Store.