Just last month, at the MWC 2015, Samsung unveiled two new smartphones: Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. An interesting feature is that both devices are "out of the box" has already had an established set of services Microsoft.
Now it became known that all new Tablet PC manufacturer will be supplied with a set of applications such as Microsoft Office, Skype and OneDrive. The first gadgets with new software are expected in the first half of this year.
In addition, all Microsoft will work with the security system Knox, which will provide a high level of protection of user data. Such a step is justified by the fact that Microsoft is trying to capture a larger share of the software, not only in the PC market, but also on mobile devices in order to increase their own influence on this rapidly growing segment.
"Great things happen when you combine devices and services. Partnership with Samsung is the embodiment of our efforts to achieve better productivity services by Microsoft for each user and each device, "- said Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of business development Microsoft.