As a pleasing turn of events to Windows users who possess android smartphones, a new feature turns profitable. Users of Windows 10 who possess Android smartphones can now connect, receive and make phone calls directly from their Windows 10 enabled personal computer.
This feature, which has been under testing since October also allows users to transfer calls between phone and personal computer without a hassle.
This feature is now slowly rolling out on to all Android users with version 7.0 or higher. The company has asked users to wait as the feature is being deployed gradually and not simultaneously for all users in a series of tweets.
To avail this feature, users need to stay on the latest version of Windows 10, ie May 2019 and Android running 7.0 or higher.
Microsoft is constantly working on improving the mobile and personal computer experience for all its users.
Microsoft recently revealed the new Xbox series X during a videogame industry award show in Los Angeles. This gaming console does not resemble its predecessor and is in fact made to resemble a personal computer. The controller for the console comes with a share button and is compatible with Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. Rumoured to be the most advanced console to be ever released, the Xbox series X comes with AMD’s Zen 2 processor and cab support 60fps at 3K and 120fps at 8K visuals. The Xbox series X is said to be the eliminator of game load periods all while being backwards compatible.
Piercing together the bread crumb trail left by Microsoft, it is believed that Halo: Infinite will be the first game compatible with the console. The Xbox Series X is expected to be costing 400-500 USD that is between Rs 28,300 and Rs 35,330 approximately.
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