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128GB Microsoft Surface Duo Dual-Screen Android Smartphone (AT&T Locked) EXPIRED

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Woot! has Microsoft Surface Duo AT&T Locked Dual-Screen Android Smartphone (Glacier) on sale as listed below. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime members. Otherwise, flat-rate shipping on your entire Woot! order is $6 for non-Prime members.

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Memory Options:
  • 128GB $239.99
  • 256GB $299.99
Product Features:
  • 8.1" 2700x1800 resolution AMOLED display (dual screen mode / 3:2 aspect ratio) w/ 360° hinge
  • 5.6" 1800x1350 AMOLED display (folded position / 4:3 aspect ratio)
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core chipset w/ Adreno 640 graphics
  • 6GB RAM
  • 128GB or 256GB UFS 3.0 storage (note: no microSD card slot)
  • Main / selfie camera: 11 MP (wide) w/ up to 4K 60fps video recording
  • 802.11ac WiFi / Bluetooth 5.0
  • Fingerprint sensor (side-mounted)
  • USB 3.1 Type-C port w/ 18W fast charging
  • 3577 mAh lithium-ion battery
  • Android 10 (upgradable to Android 11)
  • 4G LTE mobile data connectivity (GSM unlocked)
  • NFC: No
  • 3.5mm headphone jack: No
  • 1-year Microsoft manufacturer warranty

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I requested an unlock from the AT&T website without a SIM. It took six days, and I didn't have to go to Microsoft.
I got this phone last year. It's a great "device with a phone function ". Using it for a few months I find that it's not suitable for my daily life. You have to flip the phone open every time to see who is calling or messaging or just any notifications. It's hard when you have to take a quick picture on the fly. The things I like are, it's fast, 256gb/6gb ram, and you can run two apps at the same time and screen. But I sold it and bought a different phone. For this price I'm thinking about buying it again as a second device/backup phone.
Though the description says can't be unlocked. This can be unlocked via ATT portal .

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Though the description says can't be unlocked. This can be unlocked via ATT portal .
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Quote from Ratatoullie :
Though the description says can't be unlocked. This can be unlocked via ATT portal .
Do you know if these unlocks work like the phone where you insert a inactive sim and then ask for unlock on portal? Or can you ask for unlock without any sim added?
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Do you know if these unlocks work like the phone where you insert a inactive sim and then ask for unlock on portal? Or can you ask for unlock without any sim added?
I requested an unlock from the AT&T website without a SIM. It took six days, and I didn't have to go to Microsoft.
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Price getting juicy
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I requested an unlock from the AT&T website without a SIM. It took six days, and I didn't have to go to Microsoft.
Do you need to be an ATT subscriber to request the unlock?
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Do you need to be an ATT subscriber to request the unlock?
Nope, I use Verizon.
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Something to remember for S23 trade ins....SD1 was like $4 or 500 last year at launch.
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Took me about 6 weeks or so to get a phone unlocked from ATT.
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Per the Amazon reviews, it can be unlocked.

https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-...ll_reviews
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I requested an unlock from the AT&T website without a SIM. It took six days, and I didn't have to go to Microsoft.
I requested an unlock through AT&T portal and was rejected.
I had to go through Microsoft and it took a couple weeks.

This was a year ago. Not sure if it is available to be unlocked, just saying what my experience was a year ago.
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Giant bezels around the screen. Looks like 2 iPad's stuck together.
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