By Simon J. Mignot / Newsday The Samsungs SMM service provider will provide panels for Samsung devices, including its S6 and S6 Edge, according to the company.
The panels will come with Samsung’s signature SMM app, which is currently available on Apple’s iOS and Android devices.
Samsung announced the new SMM services in October, and in February it started to roll out panels to devices that are already running Android.
The panel service is part of Samsung’s strategy to build a portfolio of panels to match the growing demand for cloud-based applications that have a more mobile and connected user experience.
For instance, Samsung’s new Smart TVs are being sold in the U.S. and Canada as SMM panels, which allows users to control them remotely from a smartphone.
The new SMMs will allow customers to create custom panels on their phones, tablet, or laptop for devices that do not yet have a SMM application.
Samsung said that it will also provide a custom SMM for the S6, the first device to be powered by a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 processor, and the first Samsung phone with a 64-bit ARM processor.
The company said it plans to roll SMMs out to a wide range of phones, including the S5, the S4, the Note 4, and more.
Samsung also announced that the SMM is part the company’s SME suite.
It said the new services will allow the company to provide SMM content to its customers with more ease and flexibility.