Filed Under: Smart Phone
After Samsung hit the smartphone market with its first Android mobile phone ‘Galaxy S’, that sold more than one million units in the United States alone in its first month of sales, Samsung still plan prioritizing their products to be powered by their Android platform as spoken by head of marketing Samsung mobile, YH Lee, at Reuters show. YH Lee also said, “Android is very open and flexible, and there is a consumer demand for it.”
For supplying cheaper smartphones demands and attract a wider cellphone user, Samsung has prepared the second models which run on its own bada software. And will be introduced its first bada model in coming quarters of this year.
Lee said that Samsung will produce a smartphone connecting with Windows Phone 7 later this year.