Android is still king of the mobile landscape. Analytics firm comScore has released their monthly report on smartphone market share, and it shows Google’s operating system is still on top. Second is Apple and their iOS, while Blackberry — in a downward spiral — continues to embarrass Microsoft by holding firm at number three, even with a significant loss in users.
Samsung was done with unconventional screens when it unveiled the rather odd Galaxy Round, then you have another thing coming, at least sometime in the future. Recent information has shown the company being its usual aggressive self and filling its plate with display technology that could make for some very interesting smartphone uses in the near future.
metal frame, 16MP rear-facing camera and even a 4000 mAh battery. And as of today, a GFX Bench filing has been spotted for the SM-G900S, a device that is believed to be the Galaxy S5.
Samsung might be aggressive and passionate about its marketing efforts, but the people it employs might not be as single-minded about it. In a rather silly but not unheard of goof up, football legend Franz Beckenbauer was discovered to have tweeted about the company's recent viral marketing campaign using none other than his iPhone.
Samsung, whose top tier smartphones are slowly creeping up to that mark, might just have a solution.
HTC One, we fell in love with metal devices. Sleek, modern, and easily mass produced, the unibody design had many wondering just who would step up and bring another metal device to Android. As it turns out, it just might be Samsung.
recent research, about half of new iPhone 5C owners in the UK migrated from LG and Samsung. If you’re thinking it’s a matter of the younger audience being fickle, think again: the average age for the iPhone 5C owner is 38.
Samsung will continue to fight the megapixel battle, rather than improve on the hardware itself. If the report is correct, we may end up seeing 16MP and 20MP cameras in their devices, starting early in 2014.