A new patent filed by Microsoft hints that the highly-rumored Surface Phone will have a hardware-based laptop mode.
According to U.S. patent application US20180059735, the upcoming device, if it ever sees the light of day, will be pen-enabled and will have dual-screen. It will have the capabilities of that of a cellular phone. Based on the patent’s images and descriptions, tech experts assume it will also have a laptop mode that will run on “Project Andromeda.” This is an upcoming version of the Windows 10 that changes the user interface depending on device design and capabilities.
The new photos also show that one side of the dual-screen can be used as a virtual keyboard. Just like an actual laptop, one side of the screen will be used for visual purposes, while the other one will be used to import data, an important feature for when the device is used in more official purposes.
This recent patent supports previous reports and rumors about the Surface Phone. What is a bit different though is the “determinative hinge assembly,” which apart from allowing the device to lay flat and create one large display, also lets it stand on a certain angle. This makes it seem that the…
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