Microsoft Surface Duo will get Android 12L, a version optimized for foldables and large-screen devices. Google indicated it is not a fork of Android. Its core features will go into future iterations.
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After an extensive delay, Microsoft Surface Duo is finally getting Android 11. The dual-screen foldable device could be updated to Android 12L, which is a version optimized for tablets and foldables.
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Microsoft has said that it will not be releasing a December patch for the Surface Duo and is promising an "early 2021" update, likely coinciding with the release of the device in more markets.
Microsoft today announced that it will finally launch its dual-screened Android-powered Surface Duo in Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Germany early next year, ending its U.S. exclusivity.
Microsoft has published a set of support pages for the Surface Duo just a few days prior to its release to consumers. The pages contain basic guidelines on how to get started with the phone and more.
A new report suggests that Microsoft is planning to hold off on selling the Surface Duo in markets outside of the U.S. till 2021. The firm reportedly wants to first gauge the adoption in the U.S.