Samsung is all set to release their Call and Message Continuity features to some Samsung Galaxy flagship devices like Galaxy S8/S9 and Note 8/9. This update is likely to release by Q3 2019 via OTA(Over-the-Air), this update will first release for Samsung Galaxy Flagship smartphones and later on, Samsung will release it for their other devices as well. Though, the minimum requirement for this update is device must have 3GB of RAM and at least running on Android Pie. You can check the below screenshot to get an idea about what devices (Smartphones/Tablets) are supported.
This feature was initially available for Samsung Galaxy S10 and it was paired with Galaxy Tab S5e. In order to completely enjoy Call and Message Continuity feature, you need to have different Samsung gadgets like tablets to sync text and calls. The only condition to activate this feature is you need to sign in with the same Samsung account on both devices i.e Smartphone and tablet.
With the help of this feature, you can send and receive a text message and can even make a call with your Samsung Galaxy tablet. There is no distance restriction, the only condition is the same account logged in both devices. This feature comes in very handy when you don’t have your smartphone around you and you need to make an important call or a text message.
This feature is right now available for Australian Wi-Fi variants Galaxy Tab S5e, Galaxy Tab S4 (SM-T830 – operating on Android Version 9.0 Pie & One UI 1.1) and Australian variant Galaxy A70, S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G. -Source
Activate Call & Message Continuity feature
If you have any of the above devices, then you can activate this feature very easily by going to Settings >> Connection >> Call and Message Continuity.
This feature would be very helpful for only those users who have different Samsung gadgets but for those who have only Samsung smartphone then I don’t think it would be a very major update for them.