Last week, we have already seen Microsoft’s dual-screen Surface Duo with an additional LED flashlight at the front. And now, we have some more real-world images and a two-minute video that shows how everything has progressed since the October debut.
The same individual that spotted the Surface Duo while riding Vancouver transit is back with more footage. Starting with the first frame, we see the two 5.6-inch screens head-on with apps like Google Maps, Play Movies, and the Play Store on the homescreen, while the Edge browser is clearly visible in the Microsoft Launcher dock.
We see the dual-display which combines for 8.3-inches in portrait orientation to read a long passage of text. Moving on to the video, there are several clips. We see the screen folded back and a game being played in a landscape, and the player then switching to portrait and swiping up to return to the homescreen.
If we consider the OS, it looks like the Surface Duo is running on Android 10 with a thin gesture bar that backs in November was a pill with back button in hands-ons. Meanwhile, a system-wide dark theme is clearly in use on this unit. We can also see two different apps running simultaneously on different screens.
This glimpse at real-world Surface Duo usage in the video comes as Microsoft last October only provided media with a look at the hardware. However, we will get a clearer look at it when it will be officially released by Microsoft.
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