Although available for download now from the Microsoft Store, Samsung's app is not compatible with all desktops or laptops.
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The Galaxy Book 4 series, consisting of four laptops with new Intel Core Ultra chipsets and, in some cases, Nvidia RTX 4070 GPU, was announced this month and is scheduled for official release in January next year. Coinciding with its launch, the Korean company has released a new app called SamsungPhone.
The “SamsungPhone” application has a clear purpose: to manage calls from connected Samsung Galaxy phones. When a Galaxy phone receives an incoming call, the application extracts it and presents it on the user’s PC. It is similar to Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app but more focused on the Samsung ecosystem.
SamsungPhone is an app to control your phone from the PC
Although the application is primarily designed for Galaxy devices, it does not seem to be limited exclusively to the Galaxy Book 4. Details suggest that even Intel-based PCs could take advantage of this function. However, installing the application on an AMD-based desktop PC is incompatible. I have tested it on a Ryzen Series 5000, and I cannot run it.
The Samsung Phone app for Windows is already available, but Galaxy users may have to wait for the official launch of the Galaxy Book 4 to fully utilize its capabilities. The exact release dates have not been revealed yet, but the devices are expected to be available in January next year.
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