Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will arrive with more Microsoft Apps installed

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will arrive with more Microsoft Apps installed

We are getting closer and closer to the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10 presentation event and it seems that there will be many surprises. According to the latest information, the brand's next high-end will come with even more factory-installed Microsoft applications.

If so, it will not come as a big surprise. Over the past few years, the two companies have cemented their relationships by working together on various projects. After abandoning smartphone development, Microsoft focused on improving its offerings in the Apps segment.

Samsung Microsoft You Phone App

Microsoft will demonstrate its Apps during next Samsung Unpacked

By all accounts, the focus will not only be on the presence of more Apps on Microsoft at Note 10. In addition, the US company will even take the stage to demonstrate in detail how their applications work.

One of the highlights will be the "You Phone" application, which aims to connect your smartphone with your Windows 10 PC. This application allows you to receive / send messages via the computer, as well as the transfer of files and photos.

I recall that the two companies have worked together in the recent past to optimize Microsoft productivity applications for Samsung DeX as much as possible. So it would not be surprising if Microsoft integrated some features unique to Samsung smartphones.

Samsung Unpacked will take place on August 7

After many months of rumors and leaks, Samsung's next Unpacked event is just 3 days away. This event will be the scene of what will probably be the best smartphone ever made by Samsung, the Galaxy Note 10.

But it seems that it will not arrive alone, hoping that for the first time two models will be presented for the Galaxy Note line.

So next Wednesday we should get to know the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

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