Microsoft is working on a ton of fresh Surface-branded apparatus, for instance, long-awaited foldable Andromeda tablet computer, a modular Surface Studio screen, the all-new Surface Notebook with AMD chip, and a few Xbox consoles.
The data was shown by technology journalist and writer Brad Sams, that has come out with a publication titled Under a Surface. The publication focuses on the way Microsoft is rebuilding its hardware division in scratch. In addition, it talks about numerous unreleased products the Redmond-giant may be working covertly.
Sams asserts that Microsoft is currently working on a dual-screen mobile apparatus. The so-called Job Andromeda project is quite much living and the launching could occur near the end of 2019. Apparently, it is going to be a compact device which will change from smartphone dimensions to pill dimensions. The dual-screen apparatus is apparently like that of Samsung’s forthcoming foldable mobile phone.
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The author also claims that Microsoft isn’t pleased with Intel within the delay of 10nm chipsets. Maybe the company might start the next-generation Surface Notebook with AMD chipset. An AMD-powered Surface Notebook could debut next year.
If Sams’ resources are true, the Surface Pro hybrid will eventually get the USB Type-C port a year ago. It is going to allegedly have thin bezels and curved corners. The book also talks about the next-generation Xbox game consoles, a revamped Surface Studio, and also a standalone Surface Studio Monitor.
Microsoft has been gradually and slowly raising its interest in the hardware area, a movement that aims to rival Apple and Samsung. As a result of the prevalence of mobile apparatus, Microsoft has become one of the top 5 PC sellers from the US according to the latest data from Gartner.