CES 2007: Samsung and Google unite to provide mobile users with Google services

CES 2007, Mobile phones

Samsung became the latest mobile phone operator to announce an alliance with Google to provide its mobile phone users access to Google’s products and services.

Samsung mobile phones equipped with Google applications will enable consumers to search information, find locations, and manage their email on the move.

From early this year, selected Samsung mobiles will provide Google search, Google Maps, and Gmail for Mobile. The Ultra Edition 13.8 is its first device to offer these services.

Of course, it will still depend upon the network operators allowing its customers access to Google products. Last year Google slammed mobile operators for blocking its content.

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Andy Merrett
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