The Microsoft Surface Duo arrives on September 10th in the United States. There's a lot that is unique about Microsoft's first dual-screen Surface, and first attempt at Android. We put together all the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about this new productivity device, including price, OS, display tech, LTE bands, carriers, and pre-installed apps.
Unfortunately for Microsoft fans outside of the U.S., Surface Duo is only launching in Microsoft's home country (to start, at least). Fortunately, there is an easy way to order one if you're in the international crowd. Here's how.
Surface Duo’s success or failure will solely depend on whether Microsoft has nailed the software. That’s the number one concern most people interested in this device should have. I know there are a load of debates out there regarding the hardware, including whether dual-screen makes sense when foldable displays are a thing. But I’m here to tell you that none of that matters if the software on this device isn’t perfect.
Microsoft's new Android app experience in the "Your Phone" app is starting to trickle out to everyone today. Microsoft announced that the experience, which lets you open Android apps in their own windows, is rolling out, though everyone won't see it at once.
Samsung's Note 20 Ultra is garnering some of the year's best reviews for a good reason. I've spent the last two weeks with the phone and putting aside the high price; it's nearly perfect. All the usual complaints about Samsung phones I have almost vanished. Toss in some excellent Microsoft and Windows integration, and you get the biggest, baddest phone of 2020.
Here's our first real look at the camera app on Surface Duo, including all its specific photo modes and even the first run walkthrough that explains how to take photos using the Surface Duo's unique form factor. These screenshots were captured during a private live Q&A stream about the Surface Duo, hosted by the Microsoft Store.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Surface Duo has been fully unveiled and is now available for pre-order! Daniel and Zac are joined by another Dan — Android Central's Executive Editor Daniel Bader. They cover all the bases of the new device, including pricing and why Microsoft chose Android for the operating system instead of a...
If you're looking to add a little more Microsoft flavor to your Android setup, the Fluent Icon Pack is a good way to do so. Combined with Microsoft Launcher for Android, your phone will exude Microsoft pizzaz.
Microsoft has finally unveiled all the details about the Surface Duo, its first dual-screen Android device. We know all the specs, its price, release date, and everything in between. We even know the specs of the camera, but we don't really know if those specs are any good.
Reactions to the Surface Duo after its launch earlier this week ranged from disappointed to elated. Among the media, in particular, there was a surprising amount of enthusiasm for Microsoft's dual-screen device. Here's a look at some of the chatter from around the web.
Microsoft finally launched the Surface Duo today, announcing preorders at the Microsoft Store, AT&T, and Best Buy. If you're looking to grab one on AT&T, the company will kick off preorders at 9 p.m. PT / 12 a.m. ET tonight, August 12.
The Microsoft Surface Duo is an expensive dual-screen device, but Microsoft is letting you save up to $700. An online trade-in program enables you to send in your old smartphone, tablet, or laptop to save money off your purchased Surface Duo. Here is how it works.
The Surface Duo is Microsoft's first Android-based smartphone, and it has worked closely with Google to bundle the Play Store and its respective services on the device so that customers can access their favorite Android apps from the biggest Android app store out there. Google requires all phones that come preinstalled with the Play Store to also bundle its own suite of productivity apps and services.
Microsoft's new Surface Duo smartphone is available now for preorder, and begins shipping to customers in the U.S. starting September 10. It's a new form factor for Microsoft, bringing together the best of Surface with a new, dual-screen form factor powered by Android. Microsoft calls it a Surface, but it's also very much a phone, even though it's missing features like NFC. Here's why that's the case.
It's finally happening! Microsoft's dual-screen Android smartphone that was first announced back in October 2019 is now available for preorder for an eye-watering $1399, and will begin shipping to customers starting September 10. Microsoft has also revealed all the specs you need to know, including what powers things under the hood, network compatibility, and storage options.