Samsung Internet Browser is a well-known and appreciated mobile browser that was officially available only for Samsung smartphones. The Korean manufacturer decided to release it for other Android devices, though not for everyone.

Android Police reports that the full version of the Samsung Internet browser has been officially released for other Android devices than from Samsung. Unfortunately, so far, a very small group of smartphones is supported. [Gallery ids = "705906,705908,705910,705912,705914,705916"] To install Samsung's browser on a smartphone without the manufacturer's logo, you need to own a phone or tablet from Google, Nexus or Pixel , working under Android 5.0. Lollipop or newer. The source service reports that the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 is also compatible, so the availability for your phone everyone has to check out on their own. My private Honor 4X does not detect the Samsung browser in the Google store, tested Xperia XZ Premium only sees the beta version, and Manta Forto 1 has the ability to download it (until I was surprised). Let's know if your smartphone has access to Samsung Internet Browser – you can check it out at shop. If you want to check your Samsung browser and your device is not supported, you can download the package from the verified APKMirror page. Remember, though, that you do it at your own risk. Source: Android Police