A couple of weeks ago, news of Microsoft's mythical Andromeda project being possibly canceled swept the online world, which had many fans in a bit of a panic, so much so a petition showed up online asking fans to sign and convince Microsoft that people do in fact want a foldable mobile device running Windows 10.
But the question we have for you today is, have you signed it? Do you think signing an online petition makes much of a difference when it comes to Microsoft products? The petition itself has already gained over 16,000 signatures, which is pretty impressive for a device that hasn't even been officially announced yet.
If you think it helps, you should definitely head over to the petitions page and sign it, as every signature counts as one more person who wants to show Microsoft that Andromeda should happen. As of right now, Microsoft is working on Andromeda internally, with a target launch date now set for sometime in 2019.
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