Microsoft goes on a bender in Andromeda
Subject: General Tech | October 27, 2017 - 02:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: microsoft, andromeda, foldable
Microsoft have completely abandoned their mobile line which is why they have announced the new prototype Andromeda foldable mobile device. The foldable eReader-like device will run Win10 on ARM and will take advantage of Windows Ink to allow users to take accurate notes on the touchscreen. The device is rumoured to have celluar capabilities so it could replace an executives phone, or at least let them leave the laptop at the office. Unfortunately the announcement left out the most interesting detail, we do not know if the fold is between two seperate screens or if the Andromeda will feature a folding screen. Hopefully Windows Central will have an updated post soon.
"Microsoft isn't building this device for your average consumer. If it ever comes to market, and that's a big if, it isn't going to be an iPhone or Android competitor because as Microsoft has publicly claimed in the past, it's just too late for that."
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