Samsung has been topping the charts. This latest report even credited the recently Galaxy Note 3 launch as helping Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Round, which, despite the odd appearance, turned out to be quite acceptable, if not almost too plain.
Samsung and LG are to be believed, the next smartphone battleground will be around flexible or curved displays in hand-sized proportions. But for now, it all sounds too much like a gimmick. That, however, may not be the case, at least based on some hands-on experiments done by DisplayMate Technologies, a company that specializes in display calibration, optimization, and consultancy.
smartphone shipments for the third quarter of 2013. And as we had been seeing, this is a number that is on the rise. In fact, the IDC is reporting the worldwide smartphone market has grown 38.8 percent as compared to Q3 2012.
Samsung detailed the Android 4.3 update for several devices yesterday. Those devices included the Galaxy S 4, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III and while Samsung mentioned the rollout was going to begin yesterday, they were quick to mention the timeline would vary by carrier. That being said, there was some further breakdown of the Verizon update and as of today, the news is the update process has begun.
Samsung is at it again, churning out multiple variants of some of its more known brands. But this smartphone that has just received Tenaa certification has left us scratching our heads. Not only is the name of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Mini quite a mouthful, its watered-down specs make us wonder if it will even sell at all, especially considering how its larger sibling didn't exactly become a hit.