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Could Samsung Internet actually be killing Chrome on mobile?

Could Samsung Internet actually be killing Chrome on mobile?
Chrome is the most popular Internet browser in the world. It's cross-platform, it syncs effortlessly across devices, it's fast and capable, and it comes with every Android handset, ready to rock. It's so widely preferred by users that Android manufacturers kind of gave up on developing their own browsers and just release their phones with nothing but Chrome.

Well, most of them.

Through the years, Samsung has persisted and kept developing its Samsung Internet browser — an app that was once a laggy mess — and has managed to make a fast, powerful browser that supports a lot of useful plugins and works in unison with other elements across the One UI interface.

We thought we'd ask you — do you prefer Samsung Internet over Chrome? And it turns out the result is almost 50/50! Not only that, some people report that they are on another Android phone, but make it a point to go to the Play Store and download the Samsung Internet browser.

Apparently, Samsung made a great browser. Does Chrome need to be worried here?

Do you use Samsung Internet or Google Chrome?

Samsung Internet!
Google Chrome!

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