The Surface Duo was announced on Oct. 2, 2019 during Microsoft’s Surface Event in New York. Though Microsoft has unsuccessfully attempted to enter the smartphone market for years, its Surface Duo may be a step in the right direction. This Android-powered, dual-screened communication device is ideal for business users looking for more efficient ways to access, relay, and send information to clients and colleagues.
This Surface Duo cheat sheet will be updated as information about the device becomes available.
From the cheat sheet:
WHAT IS THE MICROSOFT SURFACE DUO?
The Surface Duo is a dual-screened, Android-powered communication device that is part mobile phone, part tablet, and part camera. The Surface Duo has two 5.6” screens, and when it’s released, it might include a stylus for ultimate productivity.
When folded, the Surface Duo is the size of a typical smartphone, and it’s covered with a Gorilla Glass backing and imprinted with the Microsoft logo. When opened, the Surface Duo features two 5.6” glass screens separated by the 360-degree folding hinge. The screens can operate as one large 8.3” screen or independently of each other.