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It should never really have been a question, given that Samsung also manufactures Windows Phone 7 handsets, but at the time of its announcement Windows Phone 7 was conspicuous in its absence from the list of supported operating systems for Samsungâ€™s proprietary cross-platform chat client.
According the TNW however Samsung, who has just released their iOS client for the service, will also soon release a version of Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry, and that the software is already in development.
The software already has between 100,000 and 500,000 installs on Android, and given the success Samsung has been having recently in the smartphone arena, selling around 35 million handsets in the last quarter, this number will likely just increase, which makes it important for Windows Phone 7 users not to be excluded from another growing network.
Update: or maybe not. Contrary to TNWâ€™s report, ChatON on Facebook says they currently have no plans to develop for WP7.
ChatONâ€™s FB team does not know what’s going on in the labs, but it seems we should not hold our breath.
Thanks Michael for the tip.