Samsung and Microsoft expand strategic partnership ahead of Note10 launch
After several years of close collaboration, Samsung and Microsoft are taking their strategic partnership up a notch in time for the release of the Galaxy Note10 series. The two companies will continue to work together in bringing seamless productivity solutions across smartphones, tablets and PCs with shared applications and services.
Open collaborations, like this industry-leading partnership with Microsoft, are instrumental in pioneering a new generation of mobile experiences.
We believe the mobile industry is on the cusp of a transformation, one in which individual devices give way to seamless, connected and continuous experiences, wherever we go. - DJ Koh (Samsung)
Starting with the Note10, Samsung will provide its customers with an expanded list of Microsoft’s apps and services. Samsung and Microsoft will also continue their efforts in the enterprise sector with solutions for businesses allowing remote desktop access.
On top of the existing Office Mobile, OneDrive and Skype, Microsoft will also include its Outlook mail client with additional S-pen enhancements. In addition, OneDrive will now be able to sync the native Samsung gallery app for easier photo management across devices.
Building on the seamless integration efforts, Samsung will include the Your Phone app from Microsoft on its new devices allowing for seamless management of notifications, texts, photos as well as mirroring your phone screen to the PC.
Two best companies of the world doing goku and vegeta thing. * impressive *
- 28 Aug 2019
Yay maby the "Microsoft 365 Admin" tool will start to work again on my Samsung Galaxy Note8, It works on Iphone but I have tried on several Samsung phones. I stopped working about a Year a go.
- 09 Aug 2019
No, but people who complain about such a small and easy to solve thing certainly are.
- 09 Aug 2019