Samsung announced that it will work with Microsoft to develop cloud-based game streaming services along with the new Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip smartphones.
According to The Verge, this is most likely related to Microsoft's xCloud in Samsung products.
Samsung described Samsung as the "start" of working with Xbox games, and the company announced it would "closely work with" Microsoft to bring "advanced cloud-based game streaming experiences" to Samsung devices. More information will be available later this year.
In a statement to The Verge, Microsoft said that this is the first step towards "providing players with a high-quality game stream."
"We have received positive feedback from Project xCloud preview participants testing a range of Galaxy devices, and this will only get better if we continue to work closely with Samsung to improve the experience. "" Developing Project xCloud is an exciting time and we can't wait to share more about our work with Samsung later this year. "
During the phone exposure, it also announced that Forza Motorsport is coming to Android and will be available for sale in Samsung's Galaxy Store for the first time (thanks to Neowin).
Microsoft outlined its Cloud Gaming plan at E3 2019, when it revealed Project xCloud, a feature that enables users to stream games from the Xbox One console to Android, and the technology is expected to work with the Xbox Series X.
The feature was previewed on Android in October and 50 new titles were added to the library in November. In January, "Destiny 2", "Halo: My Client Center", and "Civilization 6" were added to the preview.
Today, Project xCloiud is available to some iOS users, but with some restrictions, only Halo: Master Chief Collection can play.