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____/ Homer on Sunday 11 Sep 2011 08:03 : \____
> Verily I say unto thee that Kari Laine spake thusly:
>> Maybe Samsung is not friends of Android ...
Article written "By CAF".
Self-fulfilling prophecy placement?
> The article's premise that this might somehow mark a "shift to Windows?"
> is sensationalist and puerile speculation.
> Most vendors do in fact support multiple platforms. So what's so special
> about Samsung doing so too? And frankly, given that Samsung is currently
> the market leader in smartphones due /entirely/ to its Android handsets,
> the possibility of it throwing all that away for the sake of some yet to
> be released product is less than zero, especially when it's based on the
> extremely unpopular "Tiles" OS.
Samsung works with several Linux-based platform. Windows is a burning platform.
Samsung lost a lot of money trying to make WM and WP7 phones.
~~ Best of wishes
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