Teams Up with Samsung to Create SNS Ecosystem

2010-03-22 00:00:00

On March 22nd, 2010, and Samsung announced in Beijing that the two companies have reached a cooperation to create a social networking ecosystem based on the products of both parties.

As the largest Chinese social network based on real-identity, has formed partnerships with many mainstream mobile phone makers and continues to launch mobile clients suitable for different mobile platforms. So far, it has developed clients for systems such as iPhone, Android, Symbian, Java, and BADA.

This new episode of cooperation is expected to promote Samsung's newly launched mobile application store Samsung Apps and its mobile phone products that run the BADA smart operating system, expanding its smartphone market and improving the mobile internet experience of its users. With's application, Samsung's mobile phone users will be able to log into their accounts on, keep in touch with friends, and use the functions and services provided by

Alvin Chiang, CMO for Oak Pacific Interactive, told the media that's countless applications and experiences connect millions of users in China, and its wireless Internet platform will become an indispensable tool for daily communication. hopes that mobile phone users can enjoy the same quality services as PC users, and that the real-time communication of mobile phone users will also enhance the experience of PC users.