At the big Microsoft Surface event on October 2, Redmond unveiled two folding tablets with two very different identities. For Windows Phone fans, it’s the "non-phone" Neo that could prove to be the chosen one.
I can already hear the wider tech press groaning at this title. I HEAR YOU, tech press, and guess what, I don’t care.
I gave up my Lumia 950 XL, moved onto Android, begrudgingly, when Twitter UWP became a crash-fest. Deep down, though, I always believed. One day, Windows on phones would rise again like a phoenix from the ashes, to reclaim its place as the greatest mobile OS above all. And it would be glorious.
Okay, that’s a bit dramatic, maybe, but hear me out. It’s pretty apt that the Windows 10X-powered folding tablet is called "Neo." While most are probably fawning over the Android-powered Surface phone-like "Duo," it’s Matrix-monikered Neo that could prove itself to be the one for Windows Phone fans. And here’s why.
Vía Windows Central – Apps https://ift.tt/2M8mey1