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Samsung to focus on Windows Mobile, Android and Bada phones in 2010

Posted on Thursday, November 12 2009 @ 01:00:48 CET by

Samsung Electronics VP Don Joo Lee announced his company will continue to focus on Windows Mobile and Android based smartphones in 2011, while ditching Symbian and adopting the new in-house developed Samsung Bada operating system.
Samsung Electronics will continue to adopt Windows Mobile- and Android-based platforms for new smartphones launched in 2010, but will quit Symbian and adopt in-house developed open operating system Samsung Bada, according to senior vice president Don Joo Lee.

Samsung's handset shipments will top 200 million units in 2009 and the volume is likely to increase 10-20% in 2010, buoyed by the development of new technologies and the launch of new models, Lee said.



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