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As Samsung (SSNLF.PK) obtains a dominant share of the high-end/mid-range Android market, many...

As Samsung (SSNLF.PK) obtains a dominant share of the high-end/mid-range Android market, many are wondering how loyal it will remain to Google (GOOG). Observers speculate Samsung could try to create its own software/services ecosystem to differentiate itself from hungry Android rivals, though this could be easier said than done. Samsung's just-announced Galaxy S III runs on Android, but also contains plenty of proprietary software. (also)
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  • The Hobbert
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    Interesting. Samsungs smartphones are fantastic. But to branch off is no small undertaking.
    4 May 2012, 06:46 PM Reply Like
  • SA Editor Eric Jhonsa
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    Agree. Also, Samsung doesn't have a lot of experience with this kind of thing, though I guess Bada has had a bit of success. If they're going to try, it's better to take small steps first rather than risk killing the golden goose.
    4 May 2012, 07:03 PM Reply Like
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