The expansion to push cross-platform services strategy of the company.
In an attempt to push its products to a larger audience, Microsoft has teamed up with 20 global and local OEMs, including Sony and LG, to pre-load Microsoft productivity applications and services onto devices.
Other partners include Haier and Cube in China, Wortmannn in Germany, General Procurement and Iview in the US, and Positivo in Brazil.
In March, the software maker entered into strategic agreements with global OEMs, including Samsung and Dell, to pre-install Microsoft Office and Skype on Android tablets.
In total, the company now has 31 partners who will offer Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and OneDrive on their devices.
Microsoft claims that its strategic agreements will help the company provide rich experiences to its customers.
The company also said that it has re-engineered many of its flagship products, and previously announced the Phone Companion app for Windows 10 will be designed to help Windows, Android and IOS devices work together in a better way.