Windows Central Podcast 142: A Surface Phone... with Android?
This week on the Windows Central Podcast: Dan is out once again, so Zac is joined by Mary-Jo Foley to talk Surface Phone, Microsoft 365, WCOS, and more.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac Bowden is joined by special guest Mary-Jo Foley to talk about their hopes and dreams for a Surface Phone and Windows Core OS. They also look at features in 19H2 and 20H1 and discuss the possible emergence of Microsoft 365 as the company's dominant 'brand'.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on July 18 2019.
- Making the case for a Microsoft Surface Phone that runs Android | Windows Central
- Best Windows Phone in 2019 | Windows Central
- Windows Core OS: The complete guide | Windows Central
- Windows 10 19H2: What is it, and what's included? | Windows Central
- Windows 10 20H1 build 18941 now rolling out for Insiders in the Fast ring | Windows Central
- Microsoft unveils second preview build of Windows 10 19H2; tests new features being off by default | ZDNet
- All About Microsoft | ZDNet
- Mary Jo Foley (@maryjofoley) | Twitter
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.
While a Microsoft device that is capable of running Android apps is a different thing and I can see the meaning of it. Microsoft has lost the smartphone market and that's clear, I think that the only thing they can do and probably will is to market the next generation of always connected portable PC and attack the classic smartphones from another point of view. At least that is a PC so if it won't replace your smartphone it doesn't care, but it will replace your laptop.