Samsung Buys Stake in Symbian
Feb 18, 2003, 9:58 AM by (staff)
Samsung Electronics and Symbian yesterday announced that Samsung has acquired a five-percent share of Symbian, strengthening Samsung's commitment to Symbian OS smartphones. As a Symbian shareholder, Samsung will be represented at Symbian's Supervisory Board and will contribute its experience and expertise to the future technical and strategic development of Symbian OS. Samsung previously licensed Symbian OS for both GSM/GPRS and CDMA smartphone developments. Other Symbian shareholders include Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Panasonic, Siemens, and Nokia.
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