techno.rentetan.com – New Surface appliances including a next-generation duo are slated to appear. We know Microsoft is already introducing Windows 11 on 5 October, but without new hardware what would happen to a new operating system? On 22 September, at 8 am PT/11 a.m. ET, Microsoft has what many have attached as a surface hardware event. Everything is virtual, of course, and if you want to see it live, there is a link provided.
The Surface Duo 2, leaked through the summer, is anticipated to be announced by Microsoft too. It came on an anonymous YouTube channel in June and subsequently Windows Central said that the photographs were a fair peek at the future.
This video reveals the Microsoft Surface Duo 2’s main design is identical to the pliable tablet of the first generation, up to the trademark hinge, double displays and the huge Windows logo on the rear. Apparently, a wider back camera module, with wide ultra-wide cameras layered on top of each other is also available. It appears quite voluminous from the leaked previews, but we must see how genuine they are to life.
The specs of the Duo 2 are also out of place. The tablet is reportedly equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip to be placed among the Android flagships. It can also be more capable of memory and 5G. No other premium features, like as wireless charging and water resistance, have been mentioned recently by Samsung as a rationale for purchasing their series of foldables.
It is not clear that Surface Duo 2 is shown as a smartphone or as a foldable tablet. The original Surface Duo run Android, and though Google has been working overtime to adapt its mobile system to such displays, the specific approach of Microsoft has been a little off-the-shelf.
But if Windows 11 works, it can be the first gadget that is properly suited for the next generation operating system that is touch-friendly to Microsoft. Windows 11 stresses that the OS has been connected to a mobile setting instead of to the traditional desktop. In order to pin several windows and even to set up the Taskbar to center the new widgets, touch-touch keyboard and Android apps downloaded from the Amazon App Store (although they are delayed since the debut) – similar to the tablet-like Chrome OS – there’re additional options.
In addition, the Surface Book 4 was announced by Microsoft in September. However, Windows Central said the Surface book moniker might not be available. It might be rebranded instead by Microsoft as the Surface Laptop Pro. The corporation can also upgrade its line-up Surface Pro for Windows 11.
Invitations were distributed to the press and Gizmodo is going to cover the event. See everything Microsoft announces, join us on September 22.