Articles tagged with: Samsung
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.
Apple’s archrival Samsung secured 17.7 per cent of China’s smartphone market in 2012, selling more than 30 million units. This marks a significant rise from the 10.9 million units sold a year ago, according to recently released data by Strategy Analytics.
What if you could scroll a text just by staring at the screen of your smartphone? Samsung is reportedly trying to make that possible with its next flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV smartphone.
Age is just a number and smartphones are not only for the young. With this in mind, Japan’s Fujitsu has allied with France Telecom-Orange to launch Android-powered smartphones in Europe specifically for elderly users.
Leading mobile devices brand Samsung Electronics, in coordination with its partners, is expected to offer a smartphone powered by the Tizen operating system (OS) this year, according to Japan’s Daily Yomiuri.
The US is known for its Apple devices and Asia has Samsung. Now Africa is grooming its very own smartphone icon dubbed VMK.
A week after Apple unveiled its iPhone 5, Samsung has unveiled the latest version of its smartphone: an oversized Galaxy Note II.
The controversy regarding patents infringement between Apple and Samsung has been finally put to an end, as most of the jury were convinced that Samsung did copy ideas from Apple.
After a long deliberation, the jury …
In a bid to rebut Apple’s allegation that Samsung copied the design of its iPads and iPhones in a US patent case
It has been one of the most eagerly awaited handsets to be released in recent months. But when the Galaxy S3 was launched by Samsung at its Westfield Stratford store this week, it failed to attract the same type of crowds notorious for queuing as a new Apple product is released, much to the disappointment of the manufacturers.
A report by research company IDC has revealed a trend that is seeing Apple and Samsung grow in dominance in the mobile market while their competitors such as Nokia, RIM, Motorola, and HTC struggle to achieve profitability.
Samsung announced this week that it would start to mass-produce its energy saving, faster quad core mobile, microprocessor to help power the third generation of the Galaxy S, the flagship smartphone under Samsung’s ownership.