A few weeks ago, we found a report which showed that the integration of messaging service BBM or BlackBerry Messenger would arrive shortly in the Samsung App (CF: The BlackBerry Messenger for Android is coming soon on the Samsung Apps Store) and proving that the service will soon be available for download on all Samsung smartphones.
However, a new report just appeared on the canvas, giving a whole new meaning to the report which was previously overviewed. If we look at the sources of our colleague who is CrackBerry closely with BlackBerry, Samsung have officially signed an agreement with the Canadian firm to include natively BBM service in all its Galaxy range of smartphones. Information supported by a post on the official Facebook page for Samsung Ghana indicating that another courier soon arrive on Samsung, and that the user to guess what it could be.
BBM, which as many know, has been widely used in time and serves as a real selling point for BlackBerry Smartphones. As BlackBerry company currently falls into disrepair, the firm must try by all means to reverse this trend by offering other consumers experience. BBM is certainly much copied on other platforms, but that remains unmatched. In any case, the choice of the firm is probably strategic, because we must not forget that Samsung is the world leader in sales of smartphones.
In addition, many will probably ask the point of having another courier over on his smartphone because Samsung already offers ChatON, and Google already offers Google+ Hangout begins increasingly to be used. This makes it more of a fact, but as noted above, BlackBerry Messenger offers a rather special experience with the proposal of services closer to social networks through “channels”, the ability to communicate more easily and faster including its ability to quickly send files, and of course free calls between subscribers via the WiFi network.
On the other hand, recent leaks indicate that the BBM service will be available on other Android smartphones to mid-September.