Microsoft's Surface Duo is out today, and that means that there's a tidal wave of reviews to go through. In addition to our review, the review from our friends at Android Central, and MrMobile's review, there are detailed reviews from a wide range of tech experts and enthusiasts.
Here are some snippets of reviews from the biggest names in the mobile industry.
Cherlynn Low writing for Engadget:
Dieter Bohn writing for The Verge:
Marques Brownlee shared his thoughts on his YouTube channel:
Brad Sams writing for Petri:
Bill Thomas writing for TechRadar:
Adam Ismail writing for Tom's Guide
The general consensus seems to be that the Surface Duo has good hardware and nice ideas, but is held back by buggy software and other flaws. The majority of reviews either don't recommend buying it or recommend it with caveats.
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