Have you been getting more and more interested in Microsoft's Surface Duo thanks to the recent leaks that've shown it off more? If so, you may not have to wait as long as previously expected to get your hands on one of your own.
Microsoft is reportedly "pretty much done" with the Surface Duo's hardware and software and is aiming to launch it earlier than it previously announced. That's according to Windows Central's sources, who add that Microsoft hopes to have completed work on the Surface Duo's software by April and that it could begin shipping in limited quantities this summer.
When Microsoft announced the Surface Duo back in October 2019, it said that the dual screen Android phone would launch sometime during the 2020 holiday season.
However, it sounds like Microsoft is ahead of schedule with work on its device. The company is said to be working on the top-level OS customizations and in-box app experiences of the Surface Duo, which it makes sense that Microsoft would need to do since the phone is unlike most other Android devices out there.
We're never going to complain about getting new devices well ahead of their expected release dates, and that's doubly true with a device like the Surface Duo that stands out from the typical slab smartphone. Are you interested in the Surface Duo?