There seems to be momentum building around the Surface Duo, with multiple Microsoft execs flaunting the device on social media.
The latest is Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, who posted this picture showing off the device by his poolside.
Doing some last minute prep before the live stream starts at 11:30 PST over on LinkedIn.
I’ll show you around the home office, talk about working from home, how we can continue doing our very best work, and discus some of the newest things we’ve been working on. pic.twitter.com/ypemEgQx7Y
— Brad Anderson (@Anderson) April 8, 2020
A closer look can be seen here.
The WC reports that the device may be heading to market earlier than expected, and may hit shelves as earlier as Summer 2020, which would be Q3 rather than Q4.
We have of course already heard that the Windows 10X version of the device, the Surface Neo, is likely being delayed till 2021, leaving Microsoft free to focus on the Android-powered device.
Of note is that the picture suggests there is still no rear camera, meaning the picture posted yesterday by Panos Panay may be as good as it gets.
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