Microsoft new patents shows a foldable display Windows device

- Advertisment -

Recently, the Microsoft official patent application was published. The patent application shows that Microsoft is developing a dual-screen device with only a pocket size. The device patent is part of a project codenamed “Andromeda” (Andromeda).

As can be seen from the patent description and the patent illustration, the two screens of the device are connected together by a hinge. A hinge is a relatively rotating mechanism used to connect two solids and allows folding between them, the most common being the hinge on the door. In this way, the device can achieve physical actions such as folding.

flexible foldable

Microsoft also gave a more detailed description of how users operate the device. Microsoft has done a physical design similar to reading physical books in patent applications. The user can bend the spine and use the thumb to quickly flip through the pages and support the speed of turning pages by adjusting the hinges.

Microsoft also stated in the patent application that it can locate the specific content displayed on the two screens through the hinge device. Therefore, the content portion of the dual screen can be combined directly on the two displays and is different from the dual-screen content display method of the page-by-page visual scanning in the conventional sense.

Microsoft foldable hinge design display

However, as mentioned at the outset, this is just one of the patents for many dual-screen devices that are code-named “Andromeda”. If it can be achieved, the device will likely be formed next year and may be powered by Intel’s 10nm “Cannon Lake” processor.


Rajkumar Maurya
Rajkumar Maurya is the H2S Media tech expert. He’s always been passionate about technology and has been writing on the subject since 2014. He has extensive knowledge of all kinds of technology, from consumer-tech to enterprise solutions. You can contact the author at--


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest Posts

How to install Microsoft Teams Linux on Ubuntu and CentOS

Microsoft team which is a part of Office 365 application and work as a chatting application...

TEAMGROUP releases T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 & ARGB LED Uniform Strip

TEAMGROUP releases T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 and T-FORCE ARGB LED Uniform Strip which are specially designed for CARDEA LIQUID...

BRIX Launches USB 3.1 Type-C OTG Card Reader on Amazon

Press release: BRIX, today announced the launch of USB 3.1 Type-C OTG Card Reader on Amazon. This device is...

Pebble introduces its newest Wireless Neckband earphones Urbane

Pebble launches its newest Wireless Neckband earphones ‘Urbane’, with soft silicone neckband to make it a comfortable wireless neckband....
- Advertisement -

Ziox Electronics launches Trolley Disco Speaker Roar at ₹ 4499

Ziox Electronics recently announced their entrance in the Audio segment with the launch of  2.1, 4.1, Tower and Trolley...

Automation Anywhere join hands with ICT Academy

Automation Anywhere, in Robotic Process Automation, today signed an MOU with ICT Academy at the 43rd BRIDGE Conference, to...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you