On the move to bring the dual-screen phones into reality, Microsoft unrolled surface duo preview toolkit (SDK). The last October, the company has released a few concepts of dual-screen devices. It has gained significant attention on a global scale. This new preview toolkit helps developers to develop applications for Surface duo devices. Following the Surface duo android smartphones, Microsoft is coming with a dual-screen tab version called Surface Neo powered by Windows 10X. Both of the devices are expected to reach the market by the end of 2020.
However, this preview tool kit gives the developers a leap to start off with the app development and it includes Windows APIs, native Java frameworks and emulators, and UX design data, etc. Digging into the deeper details of the functionalities, the dual-screen devices support pen interaction and obviously touch. Plus, users can drag and drop files/apps within the screens.
Besides, users would have the control to resize the apps view. You can resize the apps and use them in split-screen or dual-screen mode. The companion pane view and double-landscape view add a novice screen experience for the users as well. And the company is delivering a multi-tasking provision for diversified use cases with more features going forward.