HTC Cancels Plans of Full-Sized Tabs on Windows RT but Continues Plans on 7-inch Tab

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The Taiwan-based smartphone manufacturer, HTC Corp., has plans on halting the manufacture of full-sized tabs running on Mircrosoft’s Windows RT OS for the concern that the demand is very weak, the people knowledgeable about the matter said.

The smartphone manufacturer has decided to stop making the tab due to the reason that the cost is high and the demand is weak compared to tabs running on Android OS and iOS. The report came from the people who declined to be identified because the company’s plans are not publicized.

But HTC Corp. is still planing . . . → Read More: HTC Cancels Plans of Full-Sized Tabs on Windows RT but Continues Plans on 7-inch Tab

Smartphones to increase sales in 2013

Smartphones to increase sales in 2013

Smartphones selling great for 2013′s first quarter.

According to market researcher IDC, there will come a day that the sales of smartphone s will be outpacing thoe feature phones. This is because of more 4G wireless networks and lower-cost gadgets.

Smartphones are finally on the peak of outpacing feature phones in sales globally.

For several years, there are analysts who have been setting predictions that these smartphones would overtake basic feature phones regarding worldwide profits. A report was presented that manufacturers are estimated to ship 918.6 million devices this year. This estimated figure is also expected to increase up to . . . → Read More: Smartphones to increase sales in 2013

Samsung Gets Top Spot as World’s Biggest Smartphone Seller

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Samsung Electronics Co. dominated over Apple Inc. during the last quarter for being by far the biggest smart phone manufacturer between an extending legal and technology fight involving the two companies.

Samsung delivered 27.8 million smartphones on the market during the last quarter, acquiring 23.8 % on the market, according to an email from Milton Keynes, U.K.- based Strategy Analytics. Apple Inc.’s 17.1 million deliveries, including 14.6 % of the market, sent the company to second place. However, Nokia Oyj retained the third position.

Apple Inc., which introduced the latest iPhone 4S this month, kept the highest position . . . → Read More: Samsung Gets Top Spot as World’s Biggest Smartphone Seller