Galaxy S4 launched to high acclaim, but reports of slow sales have dogged the handset since. While new of initial sales reaching 10 million in one month were impressive, the ever-so-suspect “insiders” note that shipments since then have slumped. One report said Samsung was accelerating their Galaxy S5 efforts in response to those slow sales.
Samsung confirmed the US launch of the Galaxy S4 mini earlier today. There wasn't anything specific given in terms of launch dates and prices at the time, however Samsung did say the handset would begin arriving in November. The carriers included Verizon Wireless, Sprint, AT&T and US Cellular and given the lack of specifics from Samsung, we are left looking towards the carriers for more information.
Samsung’s apparent plans to put chips in their accessories. In doing so, they’ll create an environment where only their accessories will work with their devices. While we initially thought it would be things like chargers, it may go much deeper than that.
recently made a substantial investment in Corning, makers of Gorilla Glass. If everything pans out as believed, Samsung Display will soon have a 7.4% stake in the composite maker, which would make them the largest shareholder the company has.
Samsung has officially announced the US availability of the Galaxy S4 mini. The handset will be coming to a variety of carriers and while we have yet to see any specific launch dates, Samsung has said the Galaxy S4 mini will be arriving in November. Basically, we now look towards the carriers for those details. The handset is heading to AT&T, Sprint, Verizon Wireless and US Cellular.
LG certainly hasn't. Now appearing for the first time are actual photos of the device maker's own version of the curved smartphone, the LG G Flex.
EE Times, Samsung may be taking another big step toward a truly walled ecosystem.
Samsung and the IOC will give each participant at the 2014 Sochi games a Samsung Note 3 for them to use.
filing made by Samsung holds any water, the Korean tech giant may be looking to mimic Apple in more ways than one. The filing, which was made with the USPTO, notes Samsung would like to trademark “Samsung Protection Plus”, with the scope of the program painting a broad stroke.