Samsung has announced that it would launch its flagship device, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in the Windows 10 version, becoming the next in line after Nokia to have partnered with Microsoft. This would usher in a future which is more developed as Samsung-Microsoft partnership would mark the launching of Windows 10 system phones. Assurance has been given that the Samsung phones which would run on Windows 10 will undergo no change in configuration and will have a Snapdragon 835 processor, 2K configuration. Two versions of the device would be available.



The standard version will be available with 4GB RAM whereas the high-end version of the same would feature 6GB RAM along with 256 GB of storage. The device would have 8MP front camera with F 1.7 aperture and a rear camera of 12MP. Further, Qualcomm has also confirmed that there will be no trouble of Snapdragon 835 running on Windows 10 systems as the later allows ARM chips to rum Win 32 application with the help of simulators. With this partnership, Samsung and Microsoft are giving their customers’ needs the topmost priorities.