While we’re still looking forward to hear something officially from Amazon about its first upcoming smartphone, a new news has been popped up online claiming that the company has inked a partnership deal with Samsung to develop kindle for the South Korean company.
According to the report, the Kindle for Samsung will be available in 90 countries via Samsung Apps store, and the Kindle for Samsung will be compatible with Galaxy 5 and other Samsung’s flagship devices running on Android 4.0 or above.
To make it enticing for the consumers to use the service, the companies are providing Samsung Book Deals to the users of Kindle for Samsung. As a part of Samsung Book Deals, 12 free eBooks will be offered to users of the service, who will be able to choose one title each month from a selection of 4 e-Books.
“We’re delighted to be able to deepen our long-standing relationship with Amazon and offer Kindle for Samsung as the perfect app for reading on a smart device. With this service we demonstrate our commitment to creating and broadening key content partnerships that deliver rich and personalised experiences for our customers,” said Lee Epting, Vice President, Samsung’s Media Solution Center Europe.
Like any other Kindle app, Kindle for Samsung offers millions of e-Books, newspapers, and magazines in addition to features like Whispersync, Time to Read, and more.