Samsung Galaxy Ultimate Connected Experiences, Image/Samsung Electronics
Samsung Galaxy smartphones, laptops and tablets can now be connected to work together to maximize productivity and creativity for users:
“With the Galaxy S23 Ultra and Galaxy Book3 Ultra and Pro series, the Galaxy connected experience is better than ever. From easily switching between devices to capturing and editing photos, users can organize, connect and create professional level creations.”
Samsung Multi Control permits users to control their Galaxy smartphone and tablet using their Galaxy Book3 series’ keyboard and trackpad. The Galaxy connected experience is designed for creators who use multiple devices at a once. While switching between devices, users can create, organize and edit content. Users can copy and paste notes and transfer photos or files by simply dragging and dropping them from their Galaxy S23 Ultra to their Galaxy Book3 Ultra.
PC to Smartphone connectivity is enhanced with Quick Share allowing users to wirelessly transfer photos, videos and other documents rapidly with just one click among Galaxy devices. Microsoft Phone Link similarily transfers documents from your Galaxy smartphone to your computer.
Microsoft Phone Link app Recent Websites feature allows users to browse where they left off on a particular webpage:
“When moving from a smartphone to a larger PC screen, Recent Websites helps users resume their session without needing to open a new tab or look through their search history. With the convenience and connection of the Galaxy ecosystem, users can flexibly search and view content on the screen of their choice.”
The Expert RAW app enables smartphone users to instantly send photos to the Galaxy Book3 series where the photos can be directly edited.
Using a single click on the Galaxy Book3, users can connect to Wi-Fi using the hotspot settings on the Galaxy smartphone. Using the Microsoft Phone Link app, users can access smartphone apps and services on their Galaxy Book3 series such as sending and receiving voice calls and messages, and opening apps on their PC.