Microsoft and Samsung have become pretty chummy in recent years, with Office apps like Word, Excel and Powerpoint preloaded on all Galaxy smartphones.
Redmond also seems to be taking Android app development a lot more seriously, and with the shuttering of Project Astoria, the prospect of having Android apps ported natively to Windows 10 has vanished.
While Microsoft's latest Lumia devices received a warm welcome from the Windows Phone community, Android still has a distinct app advantage — even with the release of a new Instagram Beta for Windows 10.
So what do you think? Are you interested in the Galaxy S7 or its Galaxy S7 edge counterpart? Or would you like it a whole lot better if Samsung released it with Windows 10 inside? Sound off in the comments!
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