In 2014 the Samsung sign the partnership contract with Microsoft at the time of the release of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S6. Keeping on partnership both companies face ups and downs. Now once again in the history, Microsoft will have the version of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
We all know that Microsoft’s own Windows phone didn’t earn high-margin and create space it the market, but in the case of software, The company is the leader for Android and iOS devices.
That’s the reason Samsung latest smartphone Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus version will able to run and pre-installed software and a range of services like MS Office, One Derive, Groove, One Note, Bing, MSN News and more. You can download Skype and Cortana from the google Play Store.
From external resources, it is confirmed that Microsoft’s officials said that their services would be customized that means the upcoming S8 and S8 plus may have a lot of applications from Microsoft. The company and Fans of Samsung and Microsoft are waiting for the unboxing of versions of S8 and S8 plus.
If you remember that in 2011 Samsung and Microsoft’s payment schedule, the company didn’t want to pay for loyalty for each set of Android phones, and for Android, patent-royalty Microsoft filed a court case in 2014. The both Samsung and Microsoft settle their matter and after that Microsoft was agreed to services for Galaxy S6.
After that, now let’s see what rumors come around us on this latest deal. Samsung knows the customers are more loyal for Microsoft’s software and Microsoft knows that what the customers want new about the services, this latest deal will prove good for Korean technology giant.
Microsoft’s customized Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus can be purchased in the US, initlay the price for $749.99 and $849.99 respectively.