So we announced today that Surface Duo will run on Android, and Surface Neo runs on Windows 10X.
What's unique now with the Surface Duo is we're able to finally get a Surface in your pocket, and the fact that it's two screens helps you solve this problem of being able to be productive when you're on the go.
You don't always get that.
That's what we're trying to accomplish with the Surface Duo.
What we wanna do is when we build Surface devices, we pick the best components, the best software, and the best apps to perfect the experience.
And made sense to us that if you're super mobile, and you want some in your pocket that you would want to run local apps, mobile apps.
And so Android was a great choice because of the breadth of their apps that we don't normally love to admit announcing here in advance.
So let me admit that but the reason we chose to do that with the Surface Neo and Surface Duo is because we think of these not just as products but the beginning of a new category.
Computing, dual screen computing.
And to launch a category as we know, we have to bring application developers along for the ride and hardware and accessory component manufacturers.
So being able to get out of here in advance, we're able to start building special apps and take advantage of those dual screens.
I think we're in the beginning of a new wave of innovation that I personally find exciting.
And I think it's great that many companies are trying many things.
We certainly are gonna do our part to popularize dual screens in terms of the new expression of Windows called Windows 10X that is designed to make that work.
We're gonna bring that and offer that to the industry to have other manufacturers who wanna build similar devices.
And I think you're gonna start to see that over the next three to six months.
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