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Samsung Galaxy S6 will come with at least three pre-installed Microsoft applications. Services will be grouped in a folder Microsoft Apps, which will include Skype, OneDrive and OneNote.

All owners of the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will receive 115 GB of free storage in OneDrive after purchasing the device. These decisions are part of a long-term agreement between Microsoft and Samsung, which was reached after a long dispute over revenue from licensed content. The exact terms of the agreement have not yet been made public, but many analysts say they suggest more future collaborations between the two companies. According to preliminary rumors the new Samsung smartphones to include the pre-installed applications and mobile office suite of Microsoft, but at the moment such a move is not realized. Collaboration between Samsung and Microsoft probably aims to convince Android users to use Microsoft services instead of equivalent applications from Google.

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