We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, There's still plenty more to say about Surface Duo, but Dan and Zac catch up on other happenings within the Microsoft world. There's chat about new Windows 10 builds, Xbox Series S, real-time trips and weather with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, and the end of support for Microsoft Edge Legacy.
Samsung's Note 20 Ultra is garnering some of the year's best reviews for a good reason. I've spent the last two weeks with the phone and putting aside the high price; it's nearly perfect. All the usual complaints about Samsung phones I have almost vanished. Toss in some excellent Microsoft and Windows integration, and you get the biggest, baddest phone of 2020.
The EVO Select is perfect for recording high-quality 4K video. Use it with a phone, laptop, a Nintendo Switch, or any other device that needs a lot of storage and supports SDXC. This is a match for its lowest price ever.
First became available just a couple of months ago with a starting price of $110 and now it's on sale for $80. Has read/write speeds of 1,050 MB/s and 1,000 MB/s. Uses USB 3.2 Gen 2 and is backwards compatible. Includes advanced heat control.
It's been a busy week for Microsoft, and thus for Daniel and Zac as well! Significant organizational changes are happening for the Windows and Azure teams. Meanwhile, Satya Nadella works to acquire TikTok in the midst of very mixed signals from President Trump. All that, and more.
Microsoft has today announced that its Your Phone app will soon be getting a new apps feature that will let Samsung phone users run their Android apps in app windows on Windows 10. This is a step further from the Phone Screen feature, which would let you control your phone using your PC.
Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra phones today, and the event featured an appearance by Microsoft. The companies announced that Samsung's Notes and Reminders will soon sync with Microsoft To Do and OneNote.
If Samsung makes it, you can save on it right now. Even includes large appliances like refrigerators. Save $400 on the Galaxy S20 lineup. Get $500 off an 85-inch 4K Smart TV. Save on hard drives, the Galaxy Buds+, smartwatches, and more!
Uses M.2 2280 form factor. The NVMe tech gives it read/write speeds of 3500 and 3300 MB/s. Clone and transfer files with Samsung's management software. Dynamic Thermal Guard protects against overheating. Covered by a 5-year limited warranty.
Select Samsung 4K Smart TVs are on sale today only starting at $480. Each of these TVs has been refurbished by Samsung to ensure they're in proper working condition, and a 90-day Samsung warranty is included with the purchase.
Uses latest technology. Has read/write speeds of 550 MB/s and 520 MB/s respectively. Has hardware-based encryption and a three-year limited warranty. Uses SATA interface for up to 6 GB/s but is backwards compatible with older versions.
The Samsung Odyssey G7 is now available on Amazon, bringing its curves and a resolution of 2560 x 1440. It has a 240Hz refresh rate, a 1ms response time, and supports both NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro.
The T5 features quick read and write speeds of up to 540 Mbps along with AES 256-bit hardware encryption. It's so tiny it can fit in the palm of your hand too. It comes with a USB-C and USB-A cable in the box and a 3-year warranty.
Samsung has introduced a new upgrade program called Access in the U.S. In addition to making it easier for you to upgrade to a new phone, the subscription service also offers Samsung Premium Care and a Microsoft 365 subscription.