Microsoft has long been rumoured to be working on its own smartphone – the so-called Surface Phone – since at least 2016.
Well, we finally got a glimpse at what the company has been working on all these years. It’s called Microsoft Surface Duo, and it’s a foldable Android smartphone.
While Windows Mobile limped along for most of its life until it was put out of its misery, the “new Microsoft” has taken a vastly different approach to the world’s thirst for smartphones since CEO Satya Nadella took over the lead of Microsoft from Steve Ballmer in 2014.
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