The next Galaxy S, probably the IV, and the next Note, probably the III, might ship with Samsung’s own web browser on board if a recent report will turn out to be true. It sure looks like Samsung is recruiting WebKit professionals and has begun working on a WebKit-based mobile browser.
The WebKit internet browsing engine is open source and it is also at the core of Apple’s Safari and Google’s browser inside Android. The fruit of the engineers’ work at Samsung Information Systems America R&D Center in Silicon Valley might be included with upcoming Galaxy phones as the company is developing its own internet browser. What would you prefer as your browser on the Galaxy S IV: Android default browser, Chrome of Samsung’s own flavor (given it will be competitive enough to be an alternative to Google’s offerings)?