Articles tagged with: Samsung
South Korean phone maker Samsung shipped almost 320 million smartphones last year, which is the highest number ever recorded for one year by a single vendor, new data revealed.
With Apple challenging its domination in China, Samsung is bracing for the weakest growth in its smartphone profits since 2007.
Samsung’s mobile devices business, which accounts for two thirds of the Korean firm’s profit, will come …
Apple and Samsung are returning to federal court in California to determine the amount that the Korean company owes the Cupertino company for patent infringement.
Apple would be more powerful if it worked with its largest rivals, Google and Samsung, said Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple.
Samsung smartphones sold in China, especially the Note series and Galaxy S series, are frequently crashing due to defective memory chips, according to the country’s state-run media.
Samsung’s mobile security arm announced that its forthcoming Knox 2.0 security software will come with more features and work in more mobile devices than its predecessor.
A limited exclusion order won by Apple at the International Trade Commission effectively banned some of Samsung’s older phones from being imported into the US. The order was released two months ago and became effective on 9th October.
Korean giant Samsung has unveiled its first ever smartwatch at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, Germany on 4th September, according to various media sources.
As Apple and Samsung give all in their rivalry for dominance in the smartphone market, the South Korean-based Samsung raked in more profits in Q2 than California-based Apple.
Smartphones have become so popular in the past couple of years that they generated US$293.9 billion in sales for 2012 alone.
However, the American research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed that since the start of …
A faster model of the Galaxy S4 will likely be up for grabs in South Korea starting this month, reveals CEO J.K. Shin.
Samsung and China continue to enjoy a great relationship as the South Korean electronics giant has retained its lead in the Chinese smartphone market for the past five quarters. The company has surpassed its own record by selling over ten million units in just a single quarter.