There hasn’t been much talk about Microsoft’s foldable Andromeda smartphone lately, but according to a book called “Beneath a Surface”, the tech company will surprise us with the innovative device in 2019. It gives some interesting tidbits regarding the hybrid device functionality.
The book reveals a story about a tablet, which when folded turns into a smartphone. But Microsoft won’t be using the regular old Windows Phone OS, which is dead for a while now. Reportedly, it will offer a full-fledged Windows experience with some minor trimming at best.
It further tells Microsoft plans regarding other devices in 2019. Expect a new Xbox One console, Surface laptops with AMD chips instead of Intel’s, re-designed Surface Studio and a direct iPad Pro 12.9 competitor with a USB-C charging port and rounded corners of the screen.