After the launch of the new Galaxy Note20 series, Samsung also gradually collaborated with Microsoft and connected its ecosystem with Windows 10.
According to the Android Authority, Samsung is expanding its partnership with Microsoft by developing features that make it easy for users to work with content on their mobile phones. Most important on the list, users can now use their phone to control the Galaxy Note20 mobile application directly from their computer.
Right now users have to run them one by one (multi-application support will come after 2020), but it can work in a window alongside other PC applications. This can be useful if the user needs to update the chat in the messaging app or just want to run something without PC assistance.
Note function is also appreciated in this upgrade. Samsung Notes will soon sync the drawings with the OneNote feed in Outlook on the web or through OneNote as images. Users can view their notes from a class or meeting on PC right after writing them.
Samsung Reminders will also sync with Windows 10 through Microsoft Outlook, Teams, and To-Do. Not stopping there, the connection between Samsung phones and Xbox gaming is improving. The Xbox Game Pass app will be available from the Samsung Galaxy Store on September 15 to access content and stream games using Project xCloud. If users pre-order the Galaxy Note20 also gets 3 months of Game Pass Ultimate as well as the PowerA MOGA XP5-X controller, however, this is limited to 22 markets including North America, Europe or South Korea. to take advantage of this.
The partnership extends far beyond smartphones as Galaxy Watch3 users can now use Outlook as an email client to control work from their wrists. This may not be the deciding factor in choosing the Galaxy Watch3 over other products, but more or less will be very useful if the user is deeply connected to the Microsoft ecosystem.