Microsoft’s Surface Duo is coming to Canada, France, Germany, and the UK on February 18

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It’s official, Microsoft’s Surface Duo will be available for purchase in Canada, France, Germany, and the UK on February 18. The dual-screen device launched first in the US back in September, and Microsoft said later in December that Surface Duo would come to more markets in early 2021.

In Canada, Surface Duo will be available for purchase on February 18th through the online Microsoft Store, Best Buy Canada, and authorized Surface resellers, though pricing details are not available as of this writing. In the UK, Microsoft has teamed with retailer Currys PC World to distribute the dual-screen device, which will also be available on the online Microsoft Store starting from £1,349.

In France and Germany, the Surface Duo will start at €1,549 for the 128 Go Model, with the 256GB version costing €100 more. The latter won’t come with 8GB of RAM instead of the default 6GB, contrary to what a previous store listing from a French retailer suggested last month.

If you’re in the US, Best Buy and the Microsoft Store are still offering $400 discounts on the two Surface Duo models, with Best Buy offering an additional $50 discount if you choose to activate the unlocked device during your purchase.

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