Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft phone: SDN 835, 128GB
The new Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft phone will soon help Microsoft to hope again after losing Nokia. The Galaxy S8 with 4GB RAM and crazy Specs will be powered by Windows 10.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft phone!!!
There is a Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft phone that will launch next week for fans; it seems that the South Korean giant wants to support Windows to come back as never. We all know that Nokia smartphones were the best Microsoft phones in the year 2012- 2015, until when Nokia decided to leave. Nokia stopped working with Microsoft because of many critical issues ( bankruptcy, loss and many other financial matters). To all Microsoft fans, you don’t have to worry anymore; now the new Microsoft phone is the Galaxy S8 powered by Windows 10.
The phone is coming in the market next week; it will offer the same specs as the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S8. The Microsoft Galaxy S8 specs will offer 5.8-inch Super AMOLED with a resolution of 1440×2960 pixels. It runs Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835 and Adreno 540 with 4GB RAM. For the storage, the Galaxy S8 will have an internal storage of 64GB expandable up to 256GB via a micro SD slot. The Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft phone with apps like Microsoft Office, OneDrive, Cortana, Skype.
There are many other you can download for free or buy from the Microsoft Store. Samsung and Microsoft paired to work on a particular Windows 10 OS only for the S8; this means that it may a bit be different from other Microsoft phones. The HP Elite X3 from 2016 also runs Snapdragon 820 is the only high-end phone running on Windows 10. And Fans can get ready now to welcome the Monster Galaxy S8. Microsoft also ended the production of the Lumia lineup, and now it is working with its latest beast called Microsoft Surface.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft phone: Release date?
We don’t know the release date of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Windows 10 variant, but we believe that it will arrive next week. We will soon update about the Samsung Galaxy S8 price when Microsoft said something about it.