Samsung Electronics Co. has released its Galaxy S IV smartphone.
The South Korean tech giant Samsung has already launched the newest addition to its line-up of handsets during a New York launch event. Its all-new Galaxy S IV is a move in solidifying the company’s domination in the smartphone market globally.
On Thursday, Samsung announced the release of Galaxy S IV with a feature of a 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display. This is a big jump towards a bigger and brighter screens for smartphones.
Galaxy S IV has a quad-core or octa-core processor that depends on the market . . . → Read More: Samsung Electronics finally released Galaxy S IV
Early on this week, there was an uncovered product listing or road-map chart released by an operator familiar with the proceedings inside T-Mobile USA.
The particular list is said to show not only the set of newest handsets that will be carried by the company, but also the releasing date that its 4G LTE network will be available. Included in this list is the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit with the Galaxy S3 upgraded to 4G LTE abilities, as well as the newly launched BlackBerry Z10 for the unique network bands of T-Mobile.
According to TMO News, the listing leaked indicated that the key . . . → Read More: T-Mobile 4G LTE launch on March 27
Samsung’s Galaxy S III is preferred rather than Apple’s iPhone5 in most retailers in U.K.
According to a recent shopper survey conducted last month by Telecoms & Media to eight of the top retail stores of the nation, some of the United Kingdom shoppers recommend to buy and own Samsung Galaxy S III than iPhone5 of Apple. The top eight retail stores included in the survey were PC World, John Lewis, O2, Maplins, Everything Everywhere, Carphone Warehouse, and Phones 4 U.
The results of the survey show that of all the major brands of smartphone including Apple, Samsung, Research In . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Galaxy S3 most recommended than Apple’s iPhone 5 in U.K.
A former Chief Executive Officer says that Apple Inc. has to make renovations to its supply chain in order to sustain demand for inexpensive smartphones in emerging markets.
According to John Sculler, former chief executive officer, as the market for handsets, which includes the company’s iPhone, becomes overloaded in developed areas like Europe and U.S.A., the company will gradually depend on development in emerging markets and this includes India.
Furthermore, Sculley noted that Apple Inc. has to become accustomed to a very “different world” right now. The former CEO said that as the industry goes from $500 smartphones to even . . . → Read More: Apple Needs to Adapt to New Markets
LG Electronics, one of the smartphone makers, has ceased its operation of producing Windows Phone Units for now and will focus more on phones running on Android, based on the reports.
Reported by Korea Herald on Monday, the South-Korea based company will back off from producing phones on Windows platform but still have plans to continue the studies and developments on the Microsoft OS, did not indicate though if this is because of the increasing demand on Android based phones or not.
Optimus 7, as well as other handsets are based on Windows Phone 7.
LG has mentioned that phones . . . → Read More: LG Halts Production of Windows Phone to Focus on Android Phones
China may become the world’s biggest smartphone market in 2012, according to the sales they made of low-priced handsets, while Brazil and India will follow the title by 2016, based on a research company from the U.S.
China surpassed the smartphone deliveries in the US for two straight quarters in the second half of 2011, they will hold that impetus in this year and get ranking as the leading smartphone marketplace for the whole year of 2012, according to a forecast made by IDC or International Data Corp.
China is predicted to acquire 20.7% . . . → Read More: China as the Smartphone Market Leader