For years, Microsoft has been working on a next-generation Surface phone. Now, details of the mysterious device have emerged. The Verge obtained information from an internal document of Microsoft that this is going to be a pocketable Surface device.
Codenamed Andromeda, this device is expected to “blur the lines between mobile and stationary computing.” The device is said to have wraparound displays, which will give a smoother experience of using Andromeda when unfolded.
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According to Microsoft’s internal report, “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 company is also working with a stylus for Andromeda. The prototype device is currently powered by ARM processors inside, but it’s not sure which processors will be used in the final device. The device is rumored to be announced as early as this year.