What you need to know
- Microsoft's Brad Anderson shared another photo of himself using the Surface Duo recently.
- Anderson also shared an image of himself and his family using the Surface Duo earlier this week.
- Another post from Anderson shows him wearing the Surface Earbuds.
Microsoft's corporate vice president Brad Anderson continues to tease images with himself and the Surface Duo. This time, he shared a shot of himself using the Surface Duo on his deck while lounging in a chair. In the image, he's holding the Duo open like a book. Anderson has shared several images of himself using upcoming Surface hardware, including an adorable shot of his kids using the Surface Duo with him in his office.
It appears that Microsoft is increasing the public use of the Surface Duo. Microsoft's Windows and hardware chief, Panos Panay, recently shared an image taken by the Surface Duo. While it's safe to assume Panay, Anderson, and some other Microsoft employees used the Surface Duo before sharing these images, they're now sharing images of the device in use publicly.
Anderson also shared an image with himself wearing the Surface Earbuds a couple of weeks ago.
While the Surface Duo was initially slated for a holiday 2020 launch, our senior editor Zac Bowden reports that Microsoft wants to move the launch of the Duo up. People using the products publicly is not a guarantee of an early release date, but the Surface Duo could very well arrive sooner than the end of 2020.