The Next Microsoft Surface May Fit in Your Pocket

The Next Microsoft Surface May Fit in Your Pocket

As reported by The Verge, the innovative device is called Andromeda which is its codename and Microsoft has been silently working on the project over the last two years. Although there is a lot of anticipation around Andromeda - Microsoft debuted the concept initially as part of its Courier project almost a decade ago - Microsoft isn't the only one rumored to be working on dual-screened devices. Microsoft describes Andromeda as something that'll establish a "new and disruptive" device category to influence the overall Surface portfolio, change its trajectory, and redefine what's considered as PC and mobile.

Alas, Andromeda, if it's indeed real, is still being developed inside Microsoft, and there's still the possibility of things changing. It also adds that Andromeda will offer "new innovative hardware and software experiences to create a truly personal and versatile computing experience". The Verge also report of Microsoft testing waters for using ARM processors for the pocketable unit. According to Microsoft, the goal of this product is to "blur the boundaries between mobile and stationary computing". According to rumors, this operating system would be initially aimed at a folding smartphone or tablet hybrid that would be released under the Surface brand.

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This email leak follows an earlier tease by Panos Panay on Twitter, in which he thanked LG Display and showed a hinged picture. The tweet hints that the dual displays for the alleged Surface Phone will be manufactured by LG Display.

The Verge notes that Microsoft's "current engineering samples" resemble 3D concept art created by the Austria-based designer David Breyer, who used existing patents as a guide. This is a clear indication that the company has plans to launch a dual-screen mobile device in the near future.

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