Microsoft had earlier refrained from creating its own mobile platform. They then focused on improving their services on Android and iOS. Now, Microsoft has agreed with Samsung on a deal that will make Windows services more exclusive on a select number of phones in the Galaxy range. These features will include the ability to run an Android app from the phone in its own window. The features will also depend on which phone is used. Link to Windows feature will let you transfer files between the phone and a Windows device. Another feature called Phone Screen will allow one to show the entire phone screen on the desktop, even while the phone is far from the desktop.
There is also a feature called Apps, which will let the apps run in their own windows. These features as said earlier will be exclusive to Samsung’s phones. @ALumia_italia has revealed that the phones on which these features will be supported are likely to be increased. There is a screenshot showing that a Galaxy A52 having access to these features. The device currently supports the Phone Screen feature but not Apps.
Whether Microsoft is bringing these features to other phones is not yet confirmed. But if they are to do so then they have to open up Your Phone itself to other devices.