We're slowly seeing more apps adopt support for Surface Duo since its launch, and the latest is the official Nook reader app from Barnes & Noble. Like Amazon's Kindle app, Nook lets you treat Duo like a book with page-flipping animations across its two screens.
If you work outdoors, wear gloves, or can't access your pockets due to equipment, the $35 Kensington Belt Holster for Surface Duo is an excellent solution. While regular consumers won't like the design, those who want a pragmatic industrial solution to carrying Microsoft's dual-screen mobile device around will appreciate what it can do.
Since Surface Duo runs Android 10, there are multiple ways to customize it and improve it to your liking. Here are four simple tips that change how the OS feels and may even make it all feel smoother. All it takes is 3 minutes.
It looks like you'll soon be able to get your hands on new Surface Duo bumper colors. Best Buy has posted listings for Ember, Ice Blue, and Graphite colored bumpers, but they're shown as "sold out" right now.
The Surface Duo promises to change how we can work when mobile, and for the most part, it holds up. With better than expected battery life and a unique dual-screen experience, Surface Duo has promise. But the OS has too many bugs, performance limitations, and hardware drawbacks, making it difficult to recommend to anyone who isn't a hardcore Surface fan.
Last month, Microsoft disappointed thousands of fans who have been eagerly waiting for the Surface Duo by announcing that the product would be launching exclusively in the United States, with no plans to bring it to other markets for the foreseeable future. Adding insult to injury, Microsoft refused to provide any kind of timeframe for the fans who have been saving to buy one.
Surface Duo may be a wide phone, but don't let the internet fool you. In real life, Microsoft's dual-screen Android mobile fits easily into your front and rear pockets, and even a blazer. Here is how Surface Duo stacks up against iPhone 11, a US Passport, and the giant Mate 20 X.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Dan has a Surface Duo in hand and provides his impressions of the hardware while carefully skirting questions about software as he continues testing the new device. He and Zac also talk about Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.487 rolling out to the Beta and Release Channels.
Surface Duo units just landed in reviewers' hands, just ahead of the device's September 10 launch. Join Windows Central executive editor Daniel Rubino for his unboxing and initial hands-on impressions of the Duo's slick hardware.