According to news reported by ETNews BGR, Samsung Electronics reportedly began developing WebKit-based mobile browser. The development is seen in the center of the development of Samsung Information Systems United States, precisely in Advanced Software Platform laboratory where there are few professional WebKit is working.
The browser is expected to be used to compete with Google Chrome Mobile, launched in February last year. Mobile Chrome by Google has the advantage from default Android browser application and can be used on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later.
WebKit is a web browser engine that is open source. Besides Chrome, WebKit is also used in some other browsers like Apple's Safari and Android browser itself.
Currently Android mobile browser market share globally. According to StatCounter, Android is in first place with a share of 24.4%, followed by the iPhone (20.81%), and Opera (19:34%). Under the three existing Nokia, BlackBerry, and Dolphin.
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