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Samsung Focus is Korean giant’s attempt at unified Inbox

As a former Blackberry 10 users, my migration to Android wasn’t that smooth as I thought. And that hurdle started with the absence of Blackberry Hub like app on my Galaxy S6.

To be able to view and reply WhatsApp, Emails, messages and even comment on Facebook post from one place was a very neat idea from Canadian manufacture.

According to guys at Sammobile, Samsung is rumoured to bring Hub like feature with the launch of Galaxy Note 6 phablet later this year.

The main screen aims to integrate Email, contacts, calendar and tasks app in a single stop to navigate.

The rumor also suggest that the Focus app will strictly follow Google’s material design guidelines and will be available for existing flagships after the launch of 6th generation of Note.

It is worth noting that BlackBerry’s Hub is also available on Android running BlackBerry Priv. As of now, this feature has been one of the main selling point of BlackBerry devices, and introduction of Samsung in this array would even more intensify the productivity segment.

Source: Sammobile

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