Microsoft still plans to release its dual-screen Android phone, Surface Duo, later this year, according tomedia reports, and ideally they want developers to support the format. This includes web developers who have added dual-screen support to Chromium’s built-in F12 simulator to help them optimize the site’s dual-screen support.
Of course, Microsoft isn’t the only company that makes folding phones, and the simulator is understood to support Samsung’s Galaxy Fold in addition to Surface Duo.
That is, the simulator supports articulated and non-articulated devices, and you can select a border that displays the articulated device.
In summary, the simulator supports:
Surface Duo and Galaxy Gold devices;
Device-oriented specifications are extended to include dual-screen modes: horizontal and vertical expansion;
The device can have a hinge in dual-screen mode, which is displayed if it is available;
The simulator also has an additional button to extend: extend the device view from a single screen to a dual screen. A new icon has also been added;
Rotation and other simulation-related functions provide good support for hinges.
It is reported that it should soon be published under the experimental representation.