New Leaked Image Points to Continuum-like Functionality for Samsung Galaxy S8
Monday, 2 January 2017 As absurd as it may sound, Samsung plans to make Microsoft's Continuum feature accessible to a wider audience. Currently, Continuum is exclusively available to those who own high-end smartphones powered by Windows Phone operating system. However, a similar functionality might be announced by Samsung along with the Galaxy S8. The information hasn't been confirmed by the South Korean company yet, but an leaked image purporting to be from an upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 presentation shows a Continuum-like feature. According to AllAboutWindowsPhone, the new Continuum-like functionality will only be available for Samsung smartphones. Also, we believe the feature will only work with high-end smartphones and only a couple of mid-rang...
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