Microsoft introduced the first smartphone
Microsoft introduced the first smartphone | Years later, Microsoft has finally introduced its first smartphone, and it’s no ordinary device but a foldable phone.
During a program in New York, Microsoft suddenly surprised everyone by introducing the Foldable Do Phone, which has been given the Android operating system instead of Windows 10.
It may be considered a return to the mobile market by the company, but no one expects to introduce a dual-screen Android phone.
The details of the device were not mentioned by the company, but it has 2 displays, 5.6 inches that can rotate up to 360 degrees, resulting in an 8.3-inch tablet.
Both displays allow you to use 2 different apps simultaneously. It can be used, or other displays can also be used as a keyboard or game controller by switching to landscape mode.
Similarly, the Surface Doo may feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor, while other design details such as the camera system and others may not be fixed.
Microsoft has partnered with Google for this phone, and that’s why Android 10 has been replaced by Android. The phone will be available to consumers later this year and during this time the company will develop unique apps for dual-screen developers.
Its announcement a year ago aims to protect the company from fears that details about the device will not leak ahead of time.
Panoz Panay, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s devices division, stressed that ‘this is the first device of this level’ that we know scientifically how useful it can be to operate on 2 screens.
Microsoft is expected to announce the elimination of the Windows Phone platform in 2017, and this is the first time the company is once again entering the smartphone market.
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