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 Windows variant. As we've said many times already, Surface Duo is a product for Microsoft fans and hardcore users of the ecosystem. Don't overthink it, just tune in!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on August 14th 2020.
- Surface Duo FAQ: Everything you need to know about Microsoft's first dual-screen Surface | Windows Central
- Who is Surface Duo for? Don't overthink it. | Windows Central
- Duo-take: Here's what the media is saying about Surface Duo | Windows Central
- Will you buy Surface Duo for $1,400? (poll) | Windows Central
- Watch Panos Panay's Microsoft Surface Duo launch press briefing | Windows Central
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