Sorry Bing, Samsung’s sticking with Google as its default cell search engine

It appears to be like like Samsung isn’t going to make use of Bing because the default search engine on its cell net browser in any case. That’s in accordance to a report from The Wall Street Journal, which says Samsung paused an inner overview of whether or not the corporate ought to exchange Google with Bing on its in-house Web Browser.

Samsung’s Web Browser, which comes pre-installed on Samsung telephones, has lengthy used Google as its default search engine. As reported last month by The New York Times, Google staff had been “shocked” to study that Samsung had been considering a change to Bing, placing at stake the $3 billion in annual income that the search large will get out of the deal.

In accordance with the WSJ, the smartphone maker apparently thought that switching to Bing wouldn’t trigger an excessive amount of of a disruption, given that almost all Samsung smartphone customers (together with myself) don’t use its in-house browser anyway. However now Samsung is backing away from the change over issues of the way it may have an effect on its relationship with Google and the market’s notion of the transfer.

This doesn’t imply Samsung will by no means make the change to Bing, although. The WSJ experiences that Samsung “isn’t completely closing the door” on utilizing Bing as its default search engine sooner or later.