Brad Anderson, Microsoft’s vice president, briefly demonstrates the Surface Duo dual-screen device in a podcast.

As the release date approaches, Microsoft executives are also warming up the surface Duo’s dual-screen mobile device. Earlier, for example, Liat Benzur, the company’s vice president of modern life and equipment, shared photos of children playing different games on each of the two screens on the plane. Now, another eye-catching netizen has discovered that Brad Anderson, Microsoft’s vice president, briefly used the device in LinkedIn’s Shiproom podcast.

Brad Anderson, Microsoft's vice president, briefly demonstrates the Surface Duo dual-screen device in a podcast.

Clearly, this viral marketing through social media has worked well. Each preview gives us a little more to look forward to on Surface Duo.

There were earlier reports that Microsoft was trying to launch the Surface Duo ahead of the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 next week, but this has not been officially confirmed.

Brad Anderson uses the Surface Duo on Shiproom (via)

In terms of configuration, this dual-screen mobile device features two 5.6-inch, 1800-by-1350-resolution AMOLED screens, a Qualcomm Snap 855 chipset, and a storage combination of 6GB RAM plus 64/ 256GB ROMs.

Supplemented with a fingerprint sensor for biometric sismographic, a 3460 mAh battery, and a Microsoft Launcher launcher based on Android 10 (Android 11 updates will be available shortly).