Microsoft Company Delay Windows 10X Launch, The Surface Neo Dual-Screen Devices to Not Launch in 2020
The Microsoft Company introduced Windows 10X late last year for the dual-screen devices, & at the time of the launch, in company said that the first device running the Windows 10X will be released in 2020. Whenever, fresh internal these information reported suggests that no new Windows 10X devices will be launched this calendar year. It’s due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, or some other reason, These Microsoft are internally told its employees that it won’t be launch in the anticipated Surface Neo dual-screen devices running on the Windows 10X this calendar year.
The ZDNet reports citing people in the Microsoft familiar with the matter that Chief Product Officer Panos Panay held an internal team meeting informing employees there won’t be any Surface in the Neo dual-screen devices launching this year. These Windows 10X reported won’t be shipped to any other third-party in dual-screen device either, it means the no Windows 10X devices should be expected this calendar 2020. These report adds that Microsoft is shifting the focus on Windows 10X away from dual-screen devices, & is the looking to bring it to single-screen devices first. These report also claims Microsoft is not saying the Android-based Surface Duo smartphone may be delayed beyond its holiday season launch timeframe.
In The February, Microsoft Company are launched the Windows 10X emulator that allow Windows Insider members to the develop & test apps for this new platform. These company intended to launch the new software in the holiday 2020, but the company has now reported changed in plans.
Due to the ongoing pandemic of Microsoft Company in February said also expect lower sales of The Windows & Surface devices this season. Whenever, it is the seeing a surge in its software services like Skype & Microsoft Teams. These number of the people using Microsoft’s Skype video calling system increased by the 70 % in the month to the 40 million people, as more individuals stay at home due to the coronavirus outbreak.Microsoft Company Teams chat & conferencing app gained more than 12 million daily users in one week last month, a 37.5 percent jump.