Back in October last year, Microsoft announced its first Android device called the Surface Duo. This folding smartphone-tablet includes two 5.6-inch displays connected by a universal 360-degree hinge, which allows you to use the device in various modes.
We already know that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella regularly uses the preview version of this device, he likes the versatility and user interface. And recently, Mr. Nadella was spotted with the Surface Duo in public. Brian Sozzi, Editor-in-Chief of Yahoo Finance, was fascinatedwhen I personally saw the Surface Duo and called the device damn pretty.
In the open position, the diagonal of the smartphone is 8.3 inches. And when folded, Duo is compact enough to fit in your pocket. One of the displays of the smartphone can be used as a game controller or keyboard, and the second, for example, as a stand when watching video in landscape mode.
Microsoft announced during the announcement that its collaboration with Google allowed it to add the best of Android to the smartphone, while also using elements of Windows 10X, a new operating system designed for hybrid devices with two screens. On the smartphone, it will also be possible to launch two different applications at the same time. The launch of Surface Duo will take place closer to the winter holidays of 2020.
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