Microsoft announced a new range of products from its Surface line, introducing two new dual-screen phones: the Surface Duo and Surface Neo.
Microsoft is not necessarily the first brand you think of when looking for a phone, especially when seeking the most advanced mobile phone tech out there. Yet the company is announcing, not on, but two new dual-screen phones that will launch in 2020.
The Surface Duo and Surface Neo aim to eliminate the need to switch between devices, screens or apps and enhance the way we multitask.
The Surface Duo features Android apps and will be the first Surface device to fit in your pocket. It comes with two very thin 5.6-inch screens that unfold to a considerable 8.3 inches.
While not meant to be as portable, the Surface Neo comes offers a full-size 13-inch LCD display. It is powered by Windows 10X, it coms with a removable keyboard and compatibility with Surface Pen and Bluetooth mouse.
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