Microsoft’s Original Surface Duo Finally Gets Android 11 Update

January 25, 2022

Microsoft is finally, comparatively speaking, bringing the original Surface Duo up to speed. According to a reliable source, the company has finally delivered the long-awaited Android 11 update for the dual-screen smartphone. Of course, the updated operating system is the big lure, but there is also a slew of Surface Duo-specific enhancements.

To begin, Xbox Game Pass cloud titles may now be played using an on-screen controller. For viewing and editing images, OneDrive also provides an “enhanced” dual-screen interface. There are new app drawer and folder designs, as well as improved drag-and-drop capabilities, and modifications to the Microsoft feed and Start widgets. You can configure the Surface Duo to automatically span specific apps across both screens, as well as establish settings for answering phone calls when the tablet is folded. If you prefer handwritten notes, you may access OneNote by clicking the top button on a linked Slim Pen 2.

If you’ve been stuck on Android 10 for more than a year, the upgrade will most certainly be welcomed. Simultaneously, we’ll be able to tell if it still upsets. Other phones have had Android 12 for weeks, and in some cases months – you’re still behind, even if the gap has reduced. While it’s logical that upgrades for such a one-of-a-kind phone would take longer, it won’t be much of a comfort if you’re trying to stay somewhat updated.

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