microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone
 

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone

microsoft has unveiled the surface duo, the first surface device — meaning dual-screen — to fit in your pocket. the smartphone brings together the microsoft productivity experiences, android apps and surface hardware design into a single device you can take anywhere. it features two paper-thing 5.6-inch screens connected by a 360° hinge that unfold to 8.3 inches, and can be used in a variety of modes allowing users to work they way they want.

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone
all images courtesy of microsoft

 

 

the surface duo by microsoft comes with the android operating system, marrying cutting edge hardware with familiar software and services. combined with microsoft 365, the device offers enhanced productivity and security. the smartphone is optimized for the way we naturally multi-task.

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone

 

 

with the surface duo, microsoft is introducing a new category of dual-screen devices designed to help people get more done on smaller, more mobile form facts. the company knows that today we carry around computers, tablets and phones because each device performs a specific task. in order to perform the tasks these different devices perform separately, the surface duo gives you the benefit of a larger screen or the flexibility of two screens when you want to do multiple things at once.

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone

microsoft unveils the surface duo, a dual-screen smartphone

 

 

project info:

 

name: surface duo

company: microsoft

type: dual-screen smartphone

  • “the surface duo by microsoft comes with the android operating system” – so much about their trust in their own Windows 10 OS. No words about support because it ends as usual after a few months…

    Peter says:
  • Funny: “the surface duo by microsoft comes with the android operating system” – so much about Microsofts trust in their own OS. Not to mention the support that for sure ends surprisingly 3 months after delivery…

    Peter Lemke says:

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