In addition to making the official presentation of the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ phones and other innovative devices, Samsung spoke today at its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event about the great emphasis being placed on collaborations and strategic alliances to provide a better experience global to the user, and an important step in this strategy is its partnership with Microsoft. From the new Galaxy Note 10, the work flow better between the phone and the PC, while the Galaxy Book S laptop offers a new experience with its total mobility and its next generation performance to obtain increasingly integrated and fluid experiences in the era of 5G technology.
Open partnerships, such as this leading company in the industry with Microsoft, are critical in the search for a new generation of mobile experiences, said DJ Koh, president and CEO of the mobile and IT communications division of Samsung Electronics.
For his part, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, who attended as a special guest at the event, said: Microsoft and Samsung share a long history of innovation and collaboration, and today's announcements mark the next stage of our society. Our ambition is to help people be more productive with any device, anywhere, and the combination of our intelligent experiences with Samsung's powerful new devices make this a reality.
The two companies look for integrated connectivity between devices so that your work flows without stopping and you can do anything with anything: start a project on one device, then continue on another, without problems or limitations.
Among other things, the Galaxy Note 10 includes an optimized Outlook application that provides a better work and personal communication experience. Also, from next month, Samsung Gallery offer the option to synchronize with Microsoft OneDrive services, so you can access your photos and videos regardless of the device you have at hand. In addition, the Galaxy Note 10 can be linked to Windows, making it easier to send messages, manage your notifications, synchronize your photos and manage your phone in general from the screen of your PC. With full synchronization, all your devices will be windows to the same digital world.