Although we have earlier reported that you can take advantage of Microsoft’s new ‘Link to Windows’ feature without the help of the Note10 series, it looks like Samsung will soon going to make the feature official for more Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone was recently spotted showcasing Android 10 with OneUI 2.0, in the Quick Settings of which ‘Link to Windows’ option was found( via XDA). However, the video doesn’t showcase performance of the feature on an S10.

If we look at the bright side, it clarifies that the feature is going to be integrated into Samsung’s software overlay, the OneUI 2.0. Which in turn means that every Samsung smartphone running OneUI 2.0 should be able to use the feature to receive a call, send text messages, and many more things on their Windows 10 PCs.

That said, we are not very sure whether the previous models such as the Galaxy S9 and Note9 will get a similar treatment. But since the Note10-exclusive feature is now tightly integrated, we’re hopeful that S9 and Note9 owners won’t be left out and will be able to enjoy the feature too.

via: WC

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