Samsung will launch mobile phone with Google's Android in 2009
The electronins giant Samsung plans to offer a mobile phone based on Google's Android operating system in 2009. This phone will be released in North America.
To accomplish the requirement in the some amount of time, the company recruit 30 new Java and Linux developers to speed up the entire process. Samsung is accelerating the development process for Google phone in order to meet the specific requirement of local carriers.
Samsung has also announced that the Google phone will base its design features on a full touchscreen mobile, probably the Omnia or the Instinct, and that it's very likely to include most of Google's services. Samsung will probably add the Google's application like G-Talk messenger, G-Mail and Google Search etc. because of the Android Operating System.
This seems like a vary good strategy for the Samsung, but even if it is not successful than expected, it will be to users' advantage since the competition between Symbian, Mac OS and Google will be even more atrocious.