The Surface Duo is finally out after keeping its fans waiting for more than a year. The overall verdict is positive, but it is still buggy. Last year, Microsof
The Surface Duo is finally out after keeping its fans waiting for more than a year. The overall verdict is positive, but it is still buggy.
Last year, Microsoft teased its fans in an event in New York. They showed a phone. No, it was a tablet. Or was it a phone and a computer?
Back then, the Microsoft Surface Duo was a completely new concept. It was a unique take on the smartphone that had the form and functionality of a tablet and a computer. However, it was powered by Android, so it was a smartphone.
As such, it drew great interest for people looking for a true multitasking device. Fortunately, the verdict is out, and the experts love the idea, but the execution still has some things left to be desired.
Surface Duo is a multitasking monster
When Microsoft announced the Surface Duo, they promised true multitasking. They forced their audience to imagine working on two screens side-by-side at the same time. Now that the phone is out, they made good on this selling proposition.
Surface Duo users can launch two apps at the same time using the App Group. The mix and match of the apps are unlimited.
Users can watch a YouTube video on one pane while drafting an email on the other pane. They can also do a conference call and take notes at the same time. Unlike in other smartphones,…
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