Google Is Concerned About Samsung’s Android Dominance
By Jerry Carrion

Google’s Android platform has become widely popular, and one manufacturer that has been dominating the sales of Android devices over the last few years is Samsung. A company who has had huge success with Android around the globe.

According to a recent report by the WSJ, Google is quite concerned with Samsung’s dominance with Android devices, and that Samsung might grow so big that they will be able to call the shots with Google.

Out of all the Android devices that are sold, Samsung devices account for around 40% of all Android sales, which is considerably higher than any other Android manufacturer. Google makes money from Android through advertising revenue, and Google is apparently worried that Samsung go produce their own version of Android for their Samsung devices just like Amazon has done.






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