Samsung: “Android will be on 50% of our Smartphones”
There is another sign today that Android continues to pick up steam in the smartphone industry. Reuters is reporting that Samsung plans to put Android on 50% of it’s smartphones in 2010, and possibly more beyond this year.
With Samsung gearing up to release hot new handsets like the Galaxy S, this is certainly exciting to think about the possibility of Android being on some excellent hardware in the near future. We are beginning to see handset developers understand that if they put some beefy specs behind the platform, it is going to yield excellent results and sales for their company.
Here’s to seeing what Samsung comes up with in the next two years or so for Android!
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