At the recent Galaxy Unpacked event in New York, Samsung & Microsoft shared their vision & the next chapter in their long-standing partnership to bring the best of Microsoft productivity to the Samsung devices you know and love.
They announced that the new Samsung Galaxy Note10 phones will help you get more done right out of the box, with integrated productivity apps & services from Microsoft, including OneDrive, Outlook, Your Phone app with Link to Windows, and access to Word, Excel and PowerPoint, already pre loaded onto your new mobile phone.
So let’s delve in and see just how the Samsung Galaxy Note10 can help you get more done, wherever you may be.
With Microsoft’s Your Phone, you can stay more productive on your Windows 10 PC. With the ability to access your recent photos, text messages, notifications and mobile apps right on your PC, you can stay in your flow, without the need to switch between devices.
And now, with native integration of Link to Windows on Galaxy Note10, it’s never been easier to connect your Samsung phone to your Windows 10 PC. Just connect your Galaxy Note10 with your PC via the Link to Windows setting and get instant access to your phone’s content that matters to you. Now there’s no need to dig for your phone to check notifications, schedule a ride to the airport, or even text. And you can finally stop emailing yourself photos as you can drag and drop photos directly into your email or your PowerPoint presentation.
OneDrive makes it easy to back up, protect, share and access your photos and files from any of your devices, anywhere. Soon, OneDrive will be natively integrated into the Samsung Gallery app, providing automatic syncing of your photos and videos and enabling new protection and cross-device experiences. The Galaxy Note10 will be the first to get the OneDrive integration, with more Samsung devices to follow.
In addition to offering the ability to access your files from anywhere, the OneDrive app also has built-in sharing, security and productivity features. For example, you can share and collaborate on files and photo albums, and you can scan and save paper documents, receipts and whiteboards and then mark them up with your finger or the Samsung S Pen. You can also securely store IDs, travel docs and other important files in OneDrive Personal Vault, a protected area of OneDrive that can only be accessed with a strong authentication method or second step of identity verification, such as your fingerprint, face, or a PIN. Locked files in the Personal Vault have an extra layer of security, keeping them more secured in the event someone gains access to your account or device.
To help people get more done on the go, Outlook, a top-rated mail and calendar app, is pre-installed on the Galaxy Note10 with an updated user experience for the Samsung ecosystem. With Outlook, you can access your email, calendar, contacts and files in one convenient app – helping you to save time and focus on what matters.
Samsung are also looking to launching a new Outlook app for Samsung Galaxy wearables in the future so you can get things done even when your mobile phone is not in your hand!
Galaxy Note10 will also include access to Word, Excel and PowerPoint to offer an untethered Office experience on the go. Familiar and powerful editing, formatting and management tools make it as easy to work on files on your mobile device as it is on your desktop, so that you can continue working even if you’re away from your computer.
Sick of your mobile phone not doing what you need it to do? Want to switch to a Samsung Galaxy Note10? Then why not speak to a member of our team who would love to hear from you.
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Source courtesy of Microsoft
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