Some time ago it was reported that Samsung was considering changing the default search engine in its mobiles, from the current Google to Bing. Now, however, the publication Wall Street Journal reports that Samsung has canceled plans to switch to Bing, in order to continue with Google’s search engine. Among the reasons stated is that Samsung is worried about how the market would interpret such a change, as well as how it could affect the company’s relationship with Google.
According to the Wall Street Journal, however, there is still the possibility that Samsung may switch to Bing in the future as it “does not permanently close the door” to using Bing as the default search engine in the future.
The change is about Google losing its place as default in Samsung’s own browser Samsung Internet. The regulations for when a mobile manufacturer uses Android still require Google to be preselected in the system and in Chrome, which is the browser many people use anyway.
Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.
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