Half of Samsung's forthcoming smartphones will feature Google's Android operating system, it has been revealed, as the manufacturer looks to capitalise on the burgeoning popularity of the platform.
Samsung already has some Android-based smartphones available and the impending launch of the Galaxy S will add to what is a growing Android line-up for the Korean mobile manufacturer.
With half of its future smartphones based on Android, Samsung will be dividing the rest of its releases between its in-house Bada platform and other established systems, according to Reuters.
Speculation as to which other platforms Samsung will support is vague, but some believe that Windows Phone 7 will become a key factor for Samsung over the coming years.
Samsung is not only looking to Android for its mobile products, but will allegedly be integrating it into its next generation of televisions.
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