Microsoft returned to the phone market with the Surface Duo, a dual-screen phone in 2019.
On February 15th, according to Phone Arena, the Surface Duo will be officially released in October this year.
Earlier this week, the developer held a live event for Surface Duo, the purpose of which was to show the advantages of the application on dual-screen mobile phones, hoping that the developer could adapt it to the Surface Duo, but the Surface Duo unexpectedly happened during the live broadcast. “downtime”.
As you can see, the developers wanted to demonstrate that the Surface Duo’s Google Maps app can be displayed on two screens by simply dragging it to the other.
However, when the developer was operating, Google Maps did not appear on another screen as expected, and then the touch screen failed when the developer tried to open it again.
The developer then took another Surface Duo out of his pocket, and its touchscreen also failed, making it unresponsive.
It is reported that the Surface Duo uses two 5.6-inch displays. Unlike the Galaxy Fold, the Surface Duo has a hinge between the two screens, so the screens are not one piece.
Microsoft said that they are working with Google to optimize the app for the Surface Duo’s dual-screen, while calling on third-party developers to optimize for the Surface Duo’s dual-screen.
In addition, Microsoft will equip the Surface Duo with a stylus when it goes on sale to facilitate mobile office work on the phone.
The Links: 6MBI100L-060 KG057QV1EA-G020