What if I say that Microsoft has its own special Galaxy S8? The good relationship between the tech giant Microsoft and Android and Samsung has been around for some time now. However, now it seems that the tech giant Microsoft is selling its own Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition.
Microsoft Is Selling Its Own Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the smartphone of the moment. Launched just two days ago, it has been the target of all sorts of reviews and discussion.
If it is innovative in many respects, charting new paths to the market, it is also unique in some details. The most recent is because it will have a Microsoft version.
The good relationship between the tech giant Microsoft and Android and Samsung has been around for some time now. Increasingly, the tech giant Microsoft is focusing on opening their applications to this system and getting them preinstalled for up to a maximum of devices.
Already we have seen that how Galaxy S6 arrived with Microsoft applications that are pre-installed, giving users some basic applications, such as Office, OneDrive and Skype, for example. This is the result of an agreement between the two companies, following several patent cases.
The new Galaxy S8 and S8+ Microsoft Edition
In the case of the new Galaxy S8 and S8+, the partnership goes even further and will be marketed a Microsoft version of this new smartphone.
This version will have even more Microsoft software installed, going now in this package to Cortana, Excel, Outlook, OneDrive, One Note, Bing, Groove, Skype, MSN News, LinkedIn, Wunderlist and other applications. This customization will be received on the first Wi-Fi connection that is made and will be installed immediately.
The remaining models, within the Galaxy S8 line, will receive the same base applications from the tech giant Microsoft, and the rest will be installed manually from the Android application store.
It is curious to see that Microsoft is increasingly entering Android, as an application and service provider, something that was defined by Satya Nadella for the company. This special Microsoft edition of the Galaxy S8 is already in pre-order in the United States, which is expected to arrive on April 21st.
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