But the company did not throw any light on its plans to acquire parts of RIM or to license its BlackBerry operating systems.
Samsung already has delivery of handsets running under Android, its own Bada OS, and Windows Phone. The availability of BlackBerry-powered devices will enable Samsung to gain a bigger share in the smartphone market, and allow Samsung to better differentiate itself in a market currently flooded with Android-based smartphones.
It has been expected that RIM will announce intentions to allow other handset vendors to license it so as to keep it’s share alive in the market.
Now it remains to see whether this predicted deal will work out well for both these firms or not!