Microsoft is expanding the lineup of Android devices available at the Microsoft Store. Microsoft has now started selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 at its online store and the company is also taking pre-orders for the Razer Phone 2.
Microsoft Store remains committed to the Android ecosystem and it’s not a new thing as several other devices such as the Razor Phone first generation, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 8 are already up for grabs at its retail and online store.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 features a 6.4″ Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display and it comes with 128GB internal memory coupled up with 6GB of RAM. There’s a 12 MP dual pixel camera that takes care of your photography needs and 8 MP autofocus front camera is good enough for selfies.
You can buy this phone from here.
Razer Phone 2
Razer Phone 2 runs Android and it was announced earlier this month. The Razer Phone 2 looks and works just like the original version but it comes with hardware improvements. It has a 5.7-inch 120Hz UltraMotion screen. It uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage to deliver the best gaming experience.
Microsoft Store is selling the Razer Phone 2 for $799 and it will ship on October 22 if you order today. The first generation Razer Phone is also available and you can get it for $699.
You can buy Razer’s new gaming phone from Microsoft Store here.
Microsoft Store is selling a limited number of Android phones. The Store has the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S9/S9+ and the two Razer phone models.
After discontinuing Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft has become a big supporter of Android and iOS. The company has released apps like Microsoft Launcher, Companion App and Cortana to help Windows 10 users resume their activity.
Majority of Microsoft apps are available everywhere and the company has pledged to make all of its apps available on all platforms. The next-generation phones like the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are also expected to make it to the Microsoft Store in the coming months.