Samsung: We will improve SMS

It's no secret that SMS is still the data cash cow for carriers in the U.S., but Samsung thinks it could use some improving. Samsung recently filed a patent for an SMS interface that would push aside T9 and Motorola's iTap to create a Gmail-like threaded conversation set-up. Rumor has it that Samsung may have this new interface on its phone very soon--we'll keep a look out for it at CTIA next week.

For more on Samsung's new take on text:
- see this article from Engadget Mobile

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