The emails also describe the product as the first in a "new and disruptive" category of devices set to bridge the gap between PCs and phones, reminding us of a statement by Satya Nadella from previous year. Codenamed Andromeda, the device is said to be foldable with dual displays, and would exist in the space between a phone and a laptop. It's meant to create a "new and disruptive" device category, as per the leaked email, and will combine "innovative new hardware and software experiences to create a truly personal and versatile computing experience".
ARM processors are being used in some prototypes, but Microsoft might settle with chips from Intel or Qualcomm. Insiders reveal that the company could pull the plug on the device at any stage like they did with the Surface Mini a few weeks before its release.
At least 40 killed in bus accident in northern India
After the incident, Police and National Disaster Management Response Force (NDRF) rushed to the spot to rescue people. The 28-seater bus was carrying 59 passengers, police said, adding a probe will determine the reason of the accident.
Recent patent filings from Microsoft have also suggested that the company has been working on the device.
In the tweet, Panay shows an image of what appears to be two displays side-by-side in a "book-style" picture frame format.
Even though Microsoft has maintained a pin drop silence on the Surface Phone, the company's Corporate Vice President of Devices, Panos Panay has accidentally teased the device on Twitter. According to Microsoft, the goal of this product is to "blur the boundaries between mobile and stationary computing".
Vegas odds on LeBron James joining the Lakers are staggering
Perhaps being associated with one of the NBA's flagship franchises is more of a priority at this stage in James' career. According to the reports, Cavs general manager Koby Altman spoke on the phone to both James and his agent Rich Paul .
The Andromeda adorns a dual display set up in a wraparound fashion.
It's possible Microsoft could choose to launch the device alongside the next major Windows 10 Update, likely to be called the Fall Creators Update 2018, this September.
Mattis expresses solidarity with Japan over citizens abducted by North Korea
Mattis was in South Korea Thursday where he reassured that the US commitment to South Korea's security "remains ironclad". Mattis also explained the reason why there has been a pause in U.S.