In addition to the Surface Neo, Microsoft dropped another bombshell in the form of the Surface Duo. The simplest way to describe the Surface Duo is that it’s essentially the Surface Neo, but smaller and runs Android instead of Windows.
Like the Surface Neo, The Surface Duo can be folded thanks to its 360-degree hinge. But it’s significantly smaller, measuring a little smaller than a lot of flagship phones of today when folded. When unfolded, its two 5.6-inch displays combining into an 8.3-inch display.
It also runs a version of Android, but no mention of which one specifically. It’s also got an overlay that makes it look like the Windows 10X found on the Surface Neo. According to Wired, it’s also got a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. Chief Product Officer Panos Panay “gets” why you’ll call it a phone, but he insists that it’s a Surface.
Like the Surface Neo, the Microsoft Surface Duo will only make it to the market at the end of 2020. Considering that it is also still in development, details on its design and specs may change before it actually hits shelves.