Microsoft hasn't exactly been camera shy with the Surface Duo, but a new set of renders have leaked that offer an even closer look at the device. Alongside the leaked images, the leaker says Duo will be headed to AT&T in the U.S.
Microsoft's Surface Duo has been making the rounds at regulators around the world recently, achieving certifications that hint a launch is imminent. The latest to see the Duo pass through is Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, suggesting the device will launch there in the coming months or weeks.
The Microsoft Surface Duo is fast approaching. Announced in October 2019 as Microsoft's first Android phone, the Surface Duo is a unique take on the foldable form factor, feautring two displays joined together by a 360 degree hinge in a modern design that fits in your pocket. Microsoft is focused on creating the most productive pocket PC with Surface Duo, but the company is yet to share...
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel and Zac cover all the week's news, including Microsoft's Q4 financials and Surface Duo headed to the FCC for device approval. Mary-Jo Foley also chats with Zac about the cloud, Windows 10X, and the future of operating systems at Microsoft.
We've been reporting for some time now that Microsoft is planning to launch Surface Duo much earlier than originally planned. Announced as a Holiday 2020 device, we believe Surface Duo will actually launch ahead of schedule, sometime this summer, meaning the product should be ready for pre-orders in a few short weeks. Today, it appears the Surface Duo is passing through the FCC.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel and Zac chat about the recent Twitter hack and Daniel's inability to access his account in the fallout. Surface Duo has been pushed back but is still supposed to ship earlier than expected. They also catch up on development of Windows 10X, with news that it might launch without local Win32 app...
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel talk about the apparent internal disconnect within Microsoft when it comes to reliably bringing Windows 10 updates to the Surface product line. There are new updates to Teams that can help make online meetings more tolerable.
Microsoft's Surface Duo is coming soon, and the company has been working hard on finalizing the version of Android that will be shipping on Surface Duo later this year. Microsoft has released several emulator builds over the last few months, with each one progressing with new changes, bug fixes, and overall polish. Let's go hands-on with the latest build!
Microsoft is forming a team internally under the Microsoft Devices division that will handle the development of Android for Surface Duo going forward. Up until now, Microsoft had contracted the OS work out to third-party vendors such as Movial, who had the expertise required to bring Android to life on Surface Duo. Now, Microsoft is bringing that work in-house.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel and Zac check out Sony's PlayStation 5 reveal and how it might compare to Xbox Series X. Surface Duo is still on track for a summer release. As they describe it, Microsoft will be shipping a proof-of-concept that will appeal greatly to fans.
Microsoft released a fresh update to the Surface Duo Emulator image today, bringing a couple of new features and improvements to the mix. The biggest change is that the emulator now supports a keyboard in all posture and flip modes.
A lot of research goes into creating Surface devices, and a newly leaked video gives us a peek at that process for the Surface Duo and Surface Neo. The video shows how Microsoft used a combination of wrist sensors and electroencephalogram readings to measure their comfort and usability.