The app includes fixes to improve the startup time of the app, the Microsoft To-Do app load time has been improved and the overall performance also seems better than ever.
As the leaked photos of the said patent show that the so-called Surface Phone would be a foldable device, and the recent rumors claim that it will be the case, there is no denying that they are all in sync with Nadella's claim that Microsoft's next mobile device will be unique, indeed. Eight years later, Microsoft could soon be making the Courier a reality.
Microsoft hasn't confirmed or denied if it's going to do this if it's going to start selling hardware inside the app store for Windows 10.
To note, the Surface Phone is still expected to run the Windows 10 mobile OS, like the Lumia smartphone series. But, with Surface Phone/Windows Mobile out in the smartphone scene, the tech giant might launch a foldable tablet.
Discovered by the well known Microsoft leaker WalkingCat, a user can right now type a specific command into the Windows 10 run dialog box and get to a hidden area of the Microsoft Store app to purchase Surface hardware. I, myself, hope Microsoft might have a lighter and simpler version of OneNote in the works - the same way that it introduced the simpler and more intelligent Sway as a sidekick to PowerPoint. The notebook app itself is designed in a way that mimics writing in a real notebook, with virtual pages that spread across the foldable device. But that doesn't mean Microsoft is abandoning the mobile market all-together.
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At Windows Central, we've been covering two ongoing internal projects within Microsoft: CShell and Windows Core OS. And Microsoft's back-end business-intelligence services could bring real-time analytics right to users' foldable devices - just like in those futuristic Microsoft envisioning videos. In short, Andromeda is a digital pocket notebook.
So, what exactly is this Andromeda device and why should you care?
While I am intrigued by the concept of a mini-mobile device, I do wonder whether my current way of working makes it a non-starter for me.
The device puts pen and inking "at the very forefront of its experience".