Collaboration between Microsoft and Samsung will allow combining Android and Windows
Microsoft and Samsung are forming a closer partnership to develop mobile Android applications that will help bridge the gap between Windows-based smartphones and PCs. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella noted that the partnership is “the new chapter in a long-term relationship aimed at improving productivity and bridging the gap between mobile devices and PCs.”
As part of a collaboration, Samsung developers integrated the Microsoft Your Phone application into their own Galaxy Note 10 smartphone. The software product allows displaying text messages, notifications, and even the entire screen of a mobile device on a PC running Windows 10.
In addition, the South Korean manufacturer integrated support synchronization with OneDrive in Samsung Gallery’s own Android application, which will automatically transfer photos from mobile devices to the cloud.
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It was also announced the new features of the “Your Phone” application from Microsoft, which will soon allow you to receive incoming calls to your PC. A number of proprietary Microsoft applications can be seen in the new Galaxy Note 10. The developer intends to supply smartphones with pre-installed Office programs Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
It is also known that the Galaxy Note 10 will be available at Microsoft retail stores. Already, customers can purchase the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus, receiving up to $ 150 a bonus for the purchase of digital content, as well as a six-month subscription to the Spotify Premium service.
A source: TheVerge