Microsoft’s Surface Duo 2 could be a more robust device with a redesigned hinge, when (or indeed if) the rumored device eventually arrives.
That’s one possible theory going by a patent for an impact-resistant hinge that could be destined for the purported dual-screen sequel, filed by Microsoft and published on April 8, as spotted by German tech site Windows United.
The patent (for an unspecified foldable) describes “bumpers (e.g., grommets) including an impact resistant member … affixed to the first and/or second portions [screens] near the hinge to absorb any impact between the portion(s) and the hinge.”
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