It hasn't been long since it was last reported that Samsung could be set to scrap its previously released ChatOn service. While those were rumors back then, the company has spoken out on the issue while completely dismissing the rumor.
Samsung recently responded to the rumors by handing out a statement over to The Verge, stating: "The recent rumors concerning ChatOn have been false, as ChatOn will continue to be offered to consumers worldwide."
The South Korean giant's profits have started to dwindle off late, with Samsung's relative arms also facing the traction. In fact, the Q3 report for the company manifested some not-so-impressive figures for the company and has started projecting tension under Samsung's roof.
ChatOn was first launched back in 2011 and is currently being used in over 110 countries. However, the service has been facing tough competition from rivals like WhatsApp, Viber, Facebook Messenger and so on.
As you may expect, the service hasn't seen thay much a craze or popularity from users. And while the service last announced that it had 100 million users, players such as WhatsApp already boast more than 500 million users.
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