Surface Phone To Flaunt Windows Core OS Plus Fluent Design, Polaris Release Slated In 2019
The Windows Core OS will Windows 10 Mobile’s replacement and it is anticipated to be coming as the OS in Surface Phone along with the Fluent Design. The Redmond-based tech company is also slated to release Polaris in 2019.
Surface Phone Interface
The Surface Phone interface will reportedly vary according to how it is utilized. When only one display is open, the user interface of the foldable device will be a smartphone. Meanwhile, when both displays are open it will form a tablet and while using it with Continuum can be in a form of PC.
Apart from that, designer Balance has made a new concept applying the Fluent Design and other modifications to the existing Windows 10 Mobile. It possibly depicts what could be the interface of Project Andromeda, a.k.a Surface Phone, when users make use of it as a smartphone. It can also be more than just a perception as it faultlessly reflects the rumors and design procedures approved by Microsoft.
Polaris Release Schedule and Target Market
In separate news, it has been stated that Microsoft is targeting to release Polaris in 2019. This operating system will be best for people that are doing most of their work in a web browser, together with Microsoft Office and a music streaming app.
The upcoming Polaris from the Redmond-based tech company is for the people who are using iOS and Chrome OS. In fact, there is still a market for a version of Windows that isn’t caught up by legacy features and functions. Microsoft’s already carrying out tests this with Windows 10 S, and Polaris is the next step in that. These operating systems have the same features except the Windows 10 Pro upgradability and the later with even have a better performance and battery life.
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