On Monday, results from a recent survey presented that iPhone 5 ranks as the fifth placer in customer satisfaction.
The survey was conducted by OnDevice Research, a mobile device research group, wherein they asked about 320,000 tablet and smartphone users from six different countries on how they are contented with their devices. In the poll, 93,825 people from U.S.A. said that Motorola Atrix HD is the most satisfying and Droid Razr from Motorola got the second rank. For the third rank, Rezound 4G of HTC Corp. and next to it is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. It is a surprising note . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 takes fifth place in U.S. consumer satisfaction survey
Although Apple’s new iPhone 5 has been available for just almost three weeks, it has already generated more traffic volume on the Web compared to Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
Chitika, an online advertising network, has released figures on Thursday of a study they performed regarding the Web traffic volume percentage on both Galaxy S III and iPhone 5. According to the results of the study, there are millions of mobile ad impressions recorded for the two mobile devices, and more than half of the percentage came from the handset of Apple with 56 percent. Samsung just came with 44 percent.
. . . → Read More: Web traffic volume high for Apple’s iPhone 5
After it has successfully released its newest iPhone device — iPhone 5 — Apple is now anticipated to reveal another device next week. The device is referred as the iPad mini, the smaller version of iPad.
The rumored release date will be on October 17. The smaller version of the tablet is said to have a 7.85-inch display with a lower resolution compared to the bigger 9.7-inch display currently on the market.
The new device from Apple will become the direct competition to Nexus 7 of Google and the Kindle Fire of Amazon. Both of the competitors have a 7-inch . . . → Read More: Apple to release a WiFi only iPad Mini
There is still high demand for the 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note regardless of some concerns about its massive size. It proved that there are bigger opportunities in the world of smartphones. With this result, Samsung is anticipated to launch a new and improved Galaxy Note 2, even larger than the original, on the 29th of August in Berlin.
The company never mentioned Galaxy Note 2 as the name of their new product as they introduced a video teaser for the new smartphone. The teaser highlighted the artistic possibilities unlocked by the S Pen stylus of the phone.
According to reports, . . . → Read More: Galaxy Note 2 to be launched, Samsung
On Wednesday, LG has declared their 4G LTE smartphones international sales have increase to five million units, way up from three million units last May.
LG, a South Korean vendor currently is offering LTE smartphones in over ten countries. It is planning to double its aim by the end of this year. The Optimus LTE of the company is its most famous handset, with sales amounting to two million units. On the other hand, the Optimus Vu smartphone-tablet hybrid has sales of over 500,000 units since March, as well as the Optimus LTE II in May.
According to a statement . . . → Read More: LG’s LTE smartphones to sell up 5 million units