With the upcoming launch of the latest Galaxy S4, Samsung has a back-up plan already if it doesn’t go smooth like the failure of Galaxy S3. There is a huge demand of the Galaxy S4 according to surveys, the company just hopes the supply problems will not harm the sales.
The South Korea-based company is expecting a 10-million unit sales on each month after it launches the Galaxy S4 smartphone. The company stays positive and well prepared to do anything just to be successful in releasing their latest smartphone.
Samsung lost an estimated two . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Back-up Plan to Avoid Problems that Happened to S3; Galaxy S4 is Launching Thursday
The iPhone 5 launch of Apple in China had already sold about two million devices and it’s just about three days. Today, Apple has announced that the company’s latest model of its very famous smartphone is selling very fast in this country.
According to the CEO of the tech giant Tim Cook, the response of the customers towards iPhone 5 in China has been very awesome, which set a new record high with the best sales on the first weekend ever to happen in this country. China has been a very important market for the company and Apple customers just . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 in China sells 2M units on first week
On Monday, Samsung announced that the company has sold about five million units of their Galaxy Note II ever since the debut of the device last fall season. This is considered a new milestone in the company’s line of successes.
With the indication that Samsung has pushed over two million units of its super-sized smartphones for November alone, the company had already published that it surpassed three million in sales early on this month.
For the second Note device, the figures are pretty impressive with its features of 5.5-inch display and has become the lead example of the category referred . . . → Read More: Samsung on a sale of five million Galaxy Note II units
The shares of Apple Inc.’s newly released iPhone 5 have already outwitted its record first-day orders amounting to $700. This has built in confidence that the company will still be producing a growth in the revenue into the most valuable business in the world, the mobile industry. On Tuesday, shares increased to less than one percent to $701.91 during the closing mark of the trade. This is for a market capitalization of nearly $650 billion. The stock has actually climbed up by 73% in 2012.
On the first-day of live orders, the new iPhone 5 has sold about two million . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 sales hits $700 after the first-day record high, Apple
CNET has found out that the manufacture for a Retina display is on its way targeted at a more typical MacBook Pro.
Richard Shim, an analyst from NPD DisplaySearch explained that the production has started with the 2,560 by 1,600 pixel density display that will be seen on the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro. He further commented that the supply signs are saying it’s for the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and not for the MacBook Air.
The retina display is made by LGD, Sharp, and Samsung. Shim added that the quantity of the production is anticipated to be significantly higher than the existing . . . → Read More: Displays for 13.3-inch MacBook Pro is on for production
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