Recently, Samsung launched the Galaxy XCover Pro, a phone with a walkie-talkie button that can initiate voice calls through Microsoft's Teams software. This is a feature jointly developed by Microsoft and Samsung, and its purpose is to make it available to employees working in hospitals, supermarkets and airplanes day and night.
Emma Williams, Microsoft's corporate vice president of Office, said that when she was shopping, she saw a mall worker holding a mobile phone in one hand and a walkie-talkie in the other. Hang up a pager. She claims this feature reduces the number of devices that people need to carry while at work.
The Galaxy XCover Pro released by Samsung this time has a screen size of 6.3 inches and uses a replaceable battery design. It runs Android and Samsung's own security software.
The walkie-talkie button on your phone can initiate a conversation instantly. If the other party's phone does not have a walkie-talkie button, they can also use the Team software to talk.