The Surface Duo it is one of the devices with which Microsoft plans to surprise the market by the end of 2020. Along with the Surface Neobet on a folding screen that, unlike models that we can now find in the market, still counting with a hinge, visible in the center of the screen.
And the existence of this hinge is the one that has motivated the that since the company have to adopt different features and enhancements to optimize the use of applications when running in display mode drop-down. We now know that the Surface Duo supports the function Screen Helper and Screen Manager, and thanks to 4 functions, optimizes the use of the screen that is tailored to the needs of the user.
Screen Helper and Screen Manager
Microsoft is helping developers to create applications adapted to the Surface Duo and a good example of this is the former aspect of the design of the dual display in which appear new elements of control and UI of which will entail the adoption of Android as the operating system.
The Surface Duo be able to function regardless of the way in which is oriented the screen. The company has shown details of how will be the new screen modes that you can use your first Android phone.
Screen Helper is taken four functions for that a application know in which place of the screen is the hinge and adapt the interface accordingly. The Surface Duo, you can run applications both in a vertical orientation as horizontal, and to do both with a single application such as with more than one. A system that allows an app to know the size of the screen, and in this way cover the entire available surface.
The adaptation to the double-screen will be full thanks to the implementation of “Screen Manager”, which will be the function that determines the that a utility spend of format on a screen to work in dual screen when it detects that the user opens the device.
There are still many months to see as it reaches the Surface Duo (along with the Surface Neo) and time we will get to know the details of the new devices sure, iran coming to the light, before its release.
Via | Windows Latest
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