Samsung Launches Windows 10 Powered Galaxy Book

At the Mobile World Congress, Samsung has announced an expanded strategic partnership with Microsoft, and released the Samsung Galaxy Book.

At the Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced an expanded strategic partnership with Microsoft, which they claim will help professionals use digital technology to work anywhere, with the newly released Samsung Galaxy Book powered by Windows 10. Along with this, the company has improved the Samsung Flow.
The Samsung Galaxy Book with Windows 10
Samsung and Microsoft have worked together so as to design the latest Samsung Galaxy Book, a new premium 2-in-1, designed keeping the mobile enterprise customers in mind. It is built with Windows 10, and weighs less than two pounds. It also provides simple and easy access to the full desktop Microsoft Office experience in an ultra-portable 2-in-1 design.
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The 12-inch touchscreen enables you to easily use Windows Ink or markup and draw on websites in Microsoft Edge, and the S Pen is equipped with the tilt SDK for Windows Ink, helping artists with an advanced shading and brushstrokes.
This device also allows you to use your voice to talk to Cortana; i.e., your personal digital assistant; and it comes with a 7th generation Intel Core processor and provide a battery life of up to 10 hours.
Samsung has gone on to improve Samsung Flow with Microsoft on the Galaxy Book. Samsung Flow allows customers to sync their Galaxy smartphone with the Galaxy Book for a simple and easy login and Wi-Fi connection through the smartphone’s mobile hotspot when a data connection is not available. The Samsung Flow app will also display notifications from your smartphone.
Microsoft, in its official blog, states,
“With the Samsung Galaxy Book and improved Samsung Flow, Samsung continues to build great new Windows 10 devices designed for you be productive wherever you are.”