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Is Samsung Working on Its Own Mobile Browser?

Is Samsung working on its own mobile browser

Samsung's Android customers get their pick of a pretty broad selection of smartphone web browsers and soon, at least according to ETNews, Samsung is looking to follow up on its own Android UI additions with its own fully-fledged mobile browser. The company is reportedly seeking out WebKit engineers to work on the project at Samsung's Silicon Valley R&D center -- where work is already underway on the Chrome mobile rival. The open-source WebKit engine already underpins not only Google's own browser, but also its pre-ICS Android web browser -- and Apple's Safari. We got in touch with Samsung who politely told us that it "doesn't comment on rumor or speculation."

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Is Samsung working on its own mobile browser? originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 25 Sep 2012 10:13:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

 

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