Did anyone really think Surface Duo was going to be a flagship killer? Or just that it would deliver that special something that all Surface devices provide?
Recent Surface Duo Stories
With Windows 10X and Surface Neo in flux, there have been some questions about the fate of Surface Duo, the dual-screen Android device.
Microsoft has released a preview version of a dual-screen layout control for Java and Kotlin developers targeting Surface Duo.
A new leaked video shows off Surface Duo's "Peak" feature that allows users to glance at notifications, teases potential date for the Spring Surface Event.
The Surface Duo isn’t a phone, Microsoft tells us. But you can download its, um, ringtone now from the USPTO website.
Microsoft is updating the Surface Duo SDK with support for drag-and-drop, macOS, Linux, Android Studio on Windows, and more.
Today, Microsoft will finally explain how developers can target dual-screen experiences and give us our first real peek at Windows 10X.
A Twitter user snapped a photo of someone using a preproduction Surface Duo, indicating that Spring will come early this year.
OK, it’s partially for developers. But this is really a coming-out party for Microsoft’s 2020 dual-screen push. And it’s for all of us.
The software giant also plans a similar preview SDK for Windows 10 X and will bring dual-screen experiences to Edge.
One of the big questions around Surface Neo and Surface Duo is how developers can target these devices with apps.
Weeks before the October Microsoft hardware event, we speculated about a dual-screen Surface device and a Microsoft phone.
And here I was thinking that everyone had gotten the memo on Windows Phone and UWP. I guess not.
Microsoft's newest Surface device, the Surface Duo, is a foldable phone powered by...Android. No, this is not a joke.