We may see a lot more than the Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 at Microsoft’s Oct. 2 event.
Microsoft has been working on foldable technology for a long time, all the way back to 2009, when the legendary Microsoft Courier was first revealed. Back in November 2018, reports appeared on a new Surface foldable phone/tablet codenamed Andromeda. Then, in December 2018, the first rumors on the Courier heir — a foldable Surface codenamed Centaurus — came out.
More recently, in June 2019, there were new rumors about a mystery Surface foldable device. According to tech industry market research firm analyst IHS Markit, that new Surface device would use two 9-inch, 4:3 aspect ratio screens, reaching the market in 2020.
The rumors say that this new device will run Microsoft Windows Core OS and an Android app compatibility layer.
And just yesterday new Surface device codenames allegedly leaked out, along with speculation of what they may be. More