Microsoft’s dedication to shooting itself to the top of the tech market is admirable, and one cannot but fork out credit for the tech company. The company, however, seems to have re-invented its commitment to the provision of hardware on smartphones in the tech market as it has been made the event in its move at Samsung over its upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S8.
Microsoft, based in Washington is reported to have turned to Samsung ahead of the release of the upcoming device to make the Microsoft edition of the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus variant. The Samsung Galaxy S8 has however been confirmed to be available for pre-order.
The Microsoft Edition of the Samsung Galaxy S8 will come into the market sporting some of the important apps on the Microsoft platform including the smart AI Assistant, Cortana.
Other applications include the Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft’s Office, Skype, and OneDrive applications which will come pre-installed with the Microsoft Edition of the device.
Thinking of buying the Microsoft Edition of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus? You’ll need to walk into a local retail store for pre-orders.