Sharp Corporation was reported to start the production of the LCD panels to be used for the new iPhone 5S coming out in the third quarter, according to a report from Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun of Japan.
The LCD manufacturer will use their Kameyama Plant No. 1 for the production of these panels. This plant has the capacity to produce more or less 600 million units per month but it has never been used in its full capacity due to the decline in business of Sharp.
Slow flow of cash has been a big concern . . . → Read More: Sharp to Start Making LCD Panels for iPhone 5S; Next-Gen iPhone will have Fingerprint Sensor
LG Electronics introduced their curved OLED TV sets in the Consumer Electronics Show last January in Las Vegas. They were prototypes that time but recently, LG made an announcement that the curved OLED TV sets will hit the market and will start deliveries on May. With this, LG will have the bragging rights of being the first curved OLED TV manufacturer to offer the device in the market.
The curved television sets uses the Organic Light-Emitting Diodes or OLED which makes it possible for the screen to become more thinner and flexible that allows curving. According . . . → Read More: LG Electronics Curved OLED TV will hit Market Next Month
Taiwan’s largest smartphone manufacturer, HTC, has reported their lowest quarterly revenue. According to analyst, this is due to the delayed release of their latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One, that caused the company not to reach their profit target.
In the first quarter of 2013, HTC’s net income decreased 2.8 million USD or 85 million NTD. This is the sixth plunged of revenue said HTC Corp. yesterday in their income report.
HTC’s preparations and getting people excited for the release of HTC One suddenly lost momentum when the company stumbled in some issues in . . . → Read More: HTC Corp Hits Record Low Revenue in the First Quarter of 2013
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
Leaked images for Samsung’s new device.
Samsung Electronics have shared a vague image of what to expect from its upcoming new gagdet Galaxy S IV handset. It is posted on Twitter, which looks like its predecessor Galaxy S III.
Rumors spreading that the new Samsung smartphone will be released on Thursday. The teaser image looks like a larger Galaxy S III, showing a phone with the same thin plastic cladding, removable back plate, battery, and sloped design.
It has been for several weeks when the rumor is spreading. The news grew larger on its display — it’s five inches with . . . → Read More: Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S IV shared on Twitter
Apple and Samsung maintain their dominant ranks in smartphone market.
A recent report from Canaccord Genuity presented a survey that indicated smartphone sales are greater for smartphones from Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. The survey was said to be conducted in February in wireless stores. Even though February sales are weaker compared to December sales, the two domineering smartphone giants still got the top two spots in the market share positions.
Moreover, the recent survey is consistent with the past surveys and sales. It has indicated increasing combination of LTE smartphones led by market sales from LTE versions of . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 remains the top-selling smartphone, survey
Today, Samsung Electronics Co. has restrained attempts in seeking sales bans on its biggest competitor Apple Inc. on the company’s iPad and iPhone in Europe with the use of patents associated with wireless standards. This is a step looked into as an effort to calm down regulators who are investigating the use of Samsung to those particular patents.
This move has been brought upon by the heels of a refusal from a California judge to block sales of a lot of mobile devices of Samsung that a jury found to have infringed a number of Apple patents just this summer.
. . . → Read More: Samsung vs. Apple still on fire in EU