Microsoft and Samsung united against Google

Microsoft and Samsung united against Google 

 Read about two biggest and richest companies campaign and its conditions

Two well-known corporations Microsoft and Samsung have announced recently about creation the alliance in mobile phone devices market. Nowadays such everyday used by millions of people applications as Microsoft Office, OneDrive and Skype will be pre-installed on new systems from Samsung. Similar agreements were made earlier with 11 more vendors including the company Dell.

Some period before companies agreed to place Microsoft cloudy services on flagman devices of Samsung – Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. New covenant shifts cooperation of companies to full alliance. And it is easy to understand why this deal was made – with the goal of fighting against Google.

Such a way the company Microsoft tries to take away a part of Google profits on mobile market. And Samsung telephone devices seems to be the best for all these goals – the users of Samsung can easily remove all unnecessary (and also pre-installed applications).

On the forum of XDA-Developers there were placed screen-shots of Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone with removed Google applications. Among them such well-known applications as Gmail, Google Drive, Google Search and Google +. Such policy according to mobile apps and services removed the benefit of Google as the main developer of Android. It means that the users of this operating system may set their devices on the base of Microsoft and in future refuse from Google at all.

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