Samsung Has Introduced Smart Switch To Tempt IPhone

Jun

26

2017

Samsung Has Introduced Smart Switch To Tempt IPhone Users To Switch To Their Phones
Smart Switch An easy-to-use service that allows the user to transfer important content from any phone or operating system.

Samsung announced on Monday that it is upgrading its service to help people who want to switch to their smartphones to transfer their personal information from any phone or other operating system in an effort to attract customers from other companies, especially Apple.

” Smart Switch is an easy-to-use service that allows users to transfer important content from any phone or operating system to the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus, or other Galaxy phones,” the South Korean consumer electronics giant said in a statement on its blog.

Samsung noted that the amount of data that users rely on on their devices throughout the day can make the idea of ​​upgrading to a new device seem daunting. So Smart Switch comes on mobile devices and personal computers to allow users to make their Galaxy phone more convenient and instantly accessible by making it easy to transfer photos, videos, communications, music, and more.

The software supports data transfer from any Android, OOS, Windows Mobile or BlackBerry phone, and ensures that all information will be transmitted and “in the blink of an eye.”

The Smart Switch comes with three alternative modes to facilitate transportation: wireless transfer via mobile applications, transfer from phone to phone using a USB cable, or transfer from a PC to a phone through the desktop version of the application.

After creating a connection to the new device, Smart Switch will allow the user to specify the files and settings he wants to transfer from his old device. When the transfer is complete, “your new device will be the look and feel you used to,” according to Samsung.

The new software is compatible with the Galaxy S2 and newer devices (including tablets) running on Android 4.0 and above, noting that some devices may not support wireless transmission.

Samsung is not alone in this race. Earlier this year, Apple launched an update of its transformation programs, in an attempt to entice more Android users to switch to iPhone phones. She has also released a series of video clips on YouTube to accompany the revamped program.

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