Microsoft released the Surface Duo on September 10 in the United States, and the company promised ahead of launch that the device would receive security and feature updates for three years. Keeping that promise, the first update for the Surface Duo was released last month, and today a new one is rolling out.
November update for Surface Duo is now available
Like last month, updates are rolling out to unlocked versions of the Duo first. For those of you who have the AT&T version, you will have to wait a bit longer. The October update took about an extra week to roll out to these devices, so it should be similar this time around. Regarding the news:
Software version 2020.1014.61
Fixes scenarios described in Android Security Bulletin – November 2020. Fine-tunes the quality of the camera image. Improves movement or dropping of apps when switching between two screens. Corrects tactile stability. Improves stability. From the device.
Microsoft is not too specific with most of the improvements. But, the company has worked to resolve some of the issues reported in the Duo’s early reviews. Although the form factor is revolutionary, some issues with the expansion and movement of applications have been reported by journalists, along with other software bugs. Improvements to the camera are also welcome, though they’re unlikely to work wonders for the phone’s 11MP sensor.
The update is rolling out, so if you have a supported device and you don’t see it, you might have to wait a little longer for it to appear. Surface Duo could be a tough bet for Microsoft. To do this, they must provide continuity for the future.