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Will Samsung ever finally attack Android?

04
Nov
2013

Like other vendors, Samsung has spent a great deal of resources and a tremendous amount of money making Android its own. Google’s popular platform is the most widely used mobile operating system on the planet by a huge margin, but we’re getting to a point where vendors’ Android phones barely resemble each other because of all these customizations. Building new features on top of Android will only take a company so far, however, and Samsung has long had plans to hedge its Android bet and launch smartphones powered by a new version of its own operating system. But after the debut of Samsung’s first Tizen smartphone was delayed from early 2013 to late 2013, Korean-language RBMen reports Samsung executives have stated

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