You can now buy Galaxy S8/S8+ devices at Microsoft Store
Finally, Microsoft has started selling the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ devices through their online store today. As announced by the Microsoft, in cooperation with Samsung, the tech giant is selling the Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices with Microsoft apps and services pre-loaded. Microsoft Store is offering both unlocked and carrier devices from AT&T and Verizon networks.
But we are still unsure whether it ships as the Microsoft edition or the normal version. However, the listing page talks promote their Microsoft Arrow Launcher app. So there are chances for these models to have the Microsoft apps as default.
Microsoft Launcher, available from the Google Play store, gives you the ability access your calendar, documents, and recent activities in your personalized feed. You can even open photos, docs, and webpages on your Windows PC with a Microsoft account or work/school account, so you can be productive across all your devices. A single tap on a file in the Android home screen feed will trigger it to launch on a PC, allowing you to work seamlessly between your Android phone and Windows computer.
The unlocked S8 is priced at $724.99, the Verizon model is $720, while AT&T’s iteration will set you back $749.99. The S8+ is $824.99 unlocked, $840 for Verizon, and $849.99 for AT&T.