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Microsoft is expected to take the stage in Samsung Unpacked next week because both firms are said to have strengthened their relationship in consideration of this event.
The collaboration may lead to Samsung pre-installing more Microsoft Android apps on some of its devices, including Your Phone app, which connects to Windows 10, as ZDNet.
Microsoft will show how different Office applications and Your Phone operate on Samsung’s upcoming smartphones based on sources. This includes the Galaxy Note 10, to be revealed at the same event.
Microsoft has stopped building smartphones and concentrated on developing applications and services to preserve its market presence.
Your Phone app enables Android owners to connect their phones to their Windows PC, transfer pictures, and receive and send text messages to your laptop.
Both companies were already working together tightly with Samsung’s Dex. The feature that enables Samsung Galaxy S9 to run a PC-like desktop interface when connected to a large screen, to customize Microsoft productivity applications.
Samsung currently releases its Android smartphones using several pre-installed applications from Microsoft Office, which includes more apps like your phone because of the growing collaboration.
While some users see these applications as bloatware that only takes up internal storage. How Microsoft and Samsung will continue to refine the applications to enhance the customer experience remains to be seen.
However, Galaxy Note 10, which follows announcements of the Galaxy S10 range and the Galaxy Fold, will be the star of the upcoming Unpacked event.
There will be two smartphone releases with a bigger Galaxy Note 10 that is either called Galaxy Note 10 Pro or 10 Plus. The device is also reported to get rid of the 3.5 mm headphone jack.
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