Microsoft’s dual-screen foldable Surface device gets leaked

The Next Microsoft Surface May Fit in Your Pocket

Microsoft’s pocketable Surface device is a bold gamble after the failure of Windows Phone

Microsoft's Andromeda has been showing up in a number of leaks recently, and it's reported that the device could be announced as early as late this year.

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"It's a new pocketable Surface device form factor that brings together innovative new hardware and software experiences to create a truly personal and versatile computing experience". It's supposed to be released this year, so expect it to appear somewhere this Autumn. Previous reports suggest, the device will come with a wraparound display which will help bridge the gap of the hinge when the device is fully opened. Microsoft has also reportedly been working on stylus input for the device, so that users can unfold it and write in it like a book. 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. The Verge also report of Microsoft testing waters for using ARM processors for the pocketable unit.

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Interestingly LG has been connected with Microsoft in the past, with the Economic Times of Korea reporting in January that LG has secured Microsoft, amongst others for its new foldable displays for smartphones and tablets. The secret surface device known as Andromeda is the next major device to be able to challenge PC and phones. A picture attached to the tweet shows a hinged photo frame with room for two images, one on each side of the hinge. The Surface Pro has been successful on that front, and some companies - even Apple to an extent - is clearly emulating Microsoft's strategy now. The publication says that it obtained internal Microsoft documentation that references the "pocketable" Surface device.

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