The new Galaxy Note 10 is now the most important thing we have for a true "Surface phone", as Microsoft has worked together with Samsung to include features such as capabilities integrated for screen sharing. Android screen mirroring through the Microsoft Your Phone application for Windows 10 has been improved in Note 10, as it currently works with any PC running the May 2019 update connected to the same WiFi network, without the need Bluetooth This is thanks to the native integration of "Link to Windows" in Windows 10, which works with a dedicated configuration in Note 10.
This "Link to Windows" feature that is currently exclusive to Note 10 can apparently reach More Samsung Android devices in the near future. XDA developers found a video of a Brazilian YouTuber that shows Samsung's Android 10 update with the company's One UI 2.0, and the "Link to Windows" option appears briefly on the screen (through Windows Central).
In addition, Microsoft Otero Díaz analyst of the Your Phone team hinted on Twitter that Link to Windows would reach additional Samsung devices, without giving a specific ETA.
– Analy Otero Diaz (@AnalyMsft) August 23, 2019
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will still get other integrations of Windows 10 first, such as the ability to answer phone calls through the Your Phone application on your PC or the integration of OneDrive in the Samsung Gallery application. The Korean company also announced a new partnership with Microsoft during its Unpacking event earlier this month, where Microsoft CEO Satya also appeared on stage. Now that Microsoft has finally abandoned Windows phones, it makes sense for the software giant to partner with the world's largest smartphone maker.
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