Here's Even More Evidence Of Microsoft's Rumoured Dual-Screen Surface

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Microsoft has been working on a new mysterious Surface device for at least two years.

"It's a new pocketable Surface device form factor that brings together innovative new hardware and software experiences to create a truly personal and versatile computing experience", the document - which is merely quoted, rather than reprinted in its entirety - reads. It's supposed to be released this year, so expect it to appear somewhere this Autumn.

The device, which is quietly being developed by Microsoft, is thought to have a dual-screen-and-hinge design, and it will be centered around a notebook app that connects to OneNote and has an analogue notebook interface. In 2009, it was the Microsoft Courier, while more recently, patents showed something that looked more like a folding Surface allegedly codenamed Andromeda.

Microsoft is reportedly developing a foldable tablet, and the evidence pile that suggests so just grew larger. It's also said to have placed ARM processors inside prototypes, but hasn't decided whether it will stick to Intel or Qualcomm for the final device. Known by its Andromeda code name and widely believed to debut as the Surface Phone, Microsoft's dual-screen PC could be used in up to five different configurations, depending on the orientation of the screens.

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Interestingly LG has been connected with Microsoft in the past, with the Economic Times of Korea reporting in January that LG has secured Microsoft, amongst others for its new foldable displays for smartphones and tablets.

It's possible Microsoft could choose to launch the device alongside the next major Windows 10 Update, likely to be called the Fall Creators Update 2018, this September.

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