Microsoft’s dual-display Android phone is sleek and ambitious. But its buggy, quirky software feels like a beta.
When Microsoft decided to build the Surface Duo—an Android phone with two screens, optimized for productivity—it created two overarching challenges for itself. The first, and more obvious: How do you cram two large screens and a robust hinge into a device that’s thin, light, and adjustable enough that it doesn’t leave you feeling like you’re grappling with two phones lashed to each other?
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