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Chromium, Microsoft is working to support the devices dual-screen

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Published on May 11, 2020

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Microsoft is working to add support for devices with two screens, to Chromium, the open-source browser created by Google based Chrome - and, much more importantly, for some time (Edge HERE in our video), which is Microsoft. The news is interesting because it demonstrates the breadth of the strategy of Redmond about this particular form factor - which is not yet quite ready to take off, but according to the company it has a large potential for the future.

Microsoft unveiled last October, the two devices to double the screen: the Surface Neo, as a size comparable to a notebook, and Surface Duo, pocket-style smartphone. The first is based on the Windows 10X, a special version of the OS that focuses on lightness and support for two screens; the second uses instead the Android, nowadays the choice in the mobile field and if you want to have any chance of success (a lesson that Microsoft has learned to his cost in the past years). For both the operating platforms the browser is a key component, and both could benefit from the Microsoft code, even if for now the primary focus is on Android.

According to what was discovered in the source code of Chromium, are supported at this time only two devices: the Samsung Galaxy Fold and, indeed, the Surface Duo. In this stage, Microsoft is working to implement the emulation of the dual display is useful for developers to understand how it will look on their Web page about these configurations. Account is taken of the thickness of the hinge and is provided the ability to extend a page on both displays.Three cameras for maximum fun at a price the top? Huawei Mate 20 Pro, on offer today from the Amazon Marketplace to 545 euro or from ePrice to € 649. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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