Just yesterday, the Samsung Unpacked event has taken place. There, Shilpa Ranganathan, Corporate Vice President, Mobile&Cross Device Experiences at Microsoft, made the big announcement about the partnership between Microsoft and Samsung. In his speech about the partnership, Ranganathan declared that the alliance “is another step in our journey to bring the best of Microsoft productivity to the devices you know and love”. He further adds that both companies have in common a vision of a future in which people can accomplish more with the help of new Samsung devices and Microsoft experiences.
The advantages of a partnership between Samsung and Microsoft
During the event, it was announced that the new Samsung Galaxy Note10 smartphones will improve the user’s experience with the device with with best-in-class productivity apps and services from Microsoft including OneDrive, Outlook, Your Phone app with Link to Windows, and access to Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Also, as of now, people can connect their phones with their Windows 10 PCs. This can increase everyone’s productivity as the assciation of the two devices will give users the capability to access their recent photos, text messages, notifications and mobile apps right on their PC; therefore, people are not compelled to shift to the other device, rather they can continue their work uninterrupted.
An innovative feature of the Samsung and Microsoft devices is that users will be able to make and receive calls from the Android device to the Windows 10 device.
“Accept the call, reply with a text, or send the caller to voicemail right from your PC. All of these features and experiences will continue to deliver meaningful innovation to help you stay focused and more productive on your Windows PC”, Ranganathan further added.
Unfortunately, there were no other information about the feature, such as when it will be available, but we can only wait patiently and hope that we can soon do that.
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