No, that is not the just-announced Surface Neo in Panos Panay’s hand.
That’s the Surface Duo, the long-rumored Microsoft Surface phone.
The tiny device will rely on Android for the majority of its work, like phone calls, video calls, and general web browsing.
However, the Duo will be infused with Windows in some unspecified way, which means all the usual Microsoft apps like PowerPoint and Word should work.
At the Surface event today Panay said he knows people want two screens and can be more productive, but “it has to be elegant.”
Dual-screen Android phones are certainly trying to have a moment with devices like the Galaxy Fold, but Panay implied that the version of Android found on the Duo will be customised using Microsoft’s dual-screen know-how from the Neo.