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After all that Galaxy Note 7 burning fiasco yesterday, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy s8 and S8 Plus smartphone. Well of course the major feature in this device is the Continuum which is available on Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.

The design, performance and hardware of both the device is too good. And now Microsoft announced that they will sell Galaxy S8 and S5 Plus on Microsoft Store. Well of course devices from Microsoft Store will have optional company’s pre-loads.

 

Microsoft and Samsung continue their partnership in to embrace their vision of mobility. To follow this Microsoft now selling these 2 device in Microsoft Stores. In fact Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Microsoft Edition are available to pre-order now and for purchase beginning April 21 at U.S. Microsoft Store locations.

Well of course these device will have some pre-installed apps of Microsoft such as OneDrive, Office apps, Outlook and maybe Cortana too. According to a report Microsoft is planning to sell the limited edition on the device you can also keep an eye on Microsoft Website for more details.

Till today Microsoft allowed Android manufactures to pre-load only few apps, but this is the first time that company it self doing it. Maybe in future we will see more customized devices. Maybe Google Pixel (no way!)?

Are you looking forward to buy Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus Microsoft Edition? Let us know in a comment below.