Microsoft Surface Duo is being teased more than ever these days. And it’s kind of a known secret that the device is about to arrive soon.
One restless fan even managed to 3D print a Surface Duo clone to get an idea of what the dual-screen device would feel like in his hands.
The latest Surface Duo teaser has come all the way from Android chief Hiroshi Lockheimer. In a recent tweet, Lockheimer flaunted a Surface Duo unit sitting peacefully on his kitchen counter beside the three grills cooking his weekend meal of Yakitori and Yakiniku.
From what is visible in the photo, the Android boss seems to be taking full advantage of the Surface Duo’s two screens: one playing a song from the Japenese pop band Mr.Children and another one possibly showing him the recipe.
Furthermore, the Surface Duo can be seen wearing a case specially designed for the dual-screen device. It has a cutout at the bottom to allow uninterrupted access to the USB-C port. The same case has featured in previous Surface Duo teasers on social media, including the ones by Panos Panay and Satya Nadella.
As far as the release date is concerned, the dual-screen PC could arrive anytime soon. Earlier, it was scheduled for an official release in the fall of 2020.