You can now buy a Microsoft Edition Galaxy S8, but there’s really no need

For some reason, Microsoft is accepting pre-orders for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones in its US retail locations, with the promise of handing you a Microsoft Edition device. It’s as absurd as it sounds. The phone you’ll get on April 21 is pretty much the same as the standard S8, except that a store employee will unbox the handset, connect to Wi-Fi and load up a bunch of Microsoft apps – including Office, OneDrive, Cortana and Outlook – before handing it to you. There’s really no need for this; Samsung has been bundling certain Microsoft apps like Skype and…

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