Microsoft and Lenova Collaborate

by Tech Mainstream Staff

August 26, 2016

This week Microsoft and Lenova announced a move to "deepen strategic ties." Microsoft has reached an agreement for providing productivity apps on Lenova's devices. Microsoft's apps Microsoft Office, OneDrive and Skype will soon run on Lenova's Android driven devices allowing "customers around the world to be more productive, more connected and achieve even more."

The apps will be pre-installed on Lenova's "premium devices." Globally, Lenova's will distribute millions of Android operating system devices in the next few years.