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The company's head of investor relations says the move is designed to make Samsung's smartphone business more efficient.
The Korean electronics giant is shifting gears again with its troubled mobile operating system. It's now aiming for affordability as a key characteristic of Tizen smartphones.
The new service, which is free for Samsung smartphone owners, follows the introduction of Milk Music earlier this year.
The electronics giant has earmarked "tens of millions of dollars" for a mobile video service that could cost users just a few dollars a month, reports The Information.
The Chinese company hopes its successful smartphone strategy will translate to the television industry.
After investing $2 billion in a smartphone factory in Vietnam earlier this year, Samsung looks to open another facility.
The mobile browser now has the third largest user base of any app, behind WhatsApp and Facebook.
With only two months left to the end of the year, the 8-month-old Chinese phonemaker has set itself an ambitious target for the holiday season.
In the past six months, Sharp has seen its shipments of small and midsized displays rise 50 percent because of Chinese vendors, led by that country's most popular brand, Xiaomi.
Despite phone makers flooding the market with cheap devices, Chinese company Oppo believes there's potential in higher-end handsets, even in emerging markets.