Call it the Surface Uno, I guess.
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We’ve never had much luck with the Surface Duo. Its dual-screen design is pretty neat, but Microsoft’s execution is lackluster—the cameras stink, app support is still quite limited, and the hardware is a bit too fragile. Maybe a foldable screen could fix these problems?
According to Windows Central, sources who are close to Microsoft say that a Surface Duo 3 will embrace a true foldable design, similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. The company designed a dual-screen Surface Duo 3 before changing plans, likely due to the Surface Duo 2’s poor reception.
If this information is true, the Surface Duo 3 will look fairly different from its predecessors. “Peek Mode” may be replaced by an outer display, and the internal foldable screen will force Microsoft to abandon its 360-degree hinge, a defining feature of existing Surface Duo phones.
Windows Central also says that Microsoft is toying with the idea of a full smartphone lineup, including traditional “slab” style devices. And the company may make a greater effort to integrate the Android and…
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