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Samsung Electronics Co., the top smart phone maker, came in to existence in 1938. It tried it hands in diversified branches such as construction, textiles, insurance, securities and retail. But since 1990’s Samsung the top smart phone maker has increasingly globalized in electronics particularly in semiconductors and mobile phones are the main source of income.
Apple Inc. has begun a new program in continuation to its earlier programs to offer latest models to loyal users. Most analysts believe it is also a step to counter the Samsung Electronics Co.’s deluge of latest smartphones and devices.
For Samsung Galaxy S series phone users there is a surprise. Slated to be a rugged model -Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, smartphone technology analysts predict that it will compete against the recently launched Sony Xperia Z which has been hyped for its water-resistant features.
It is nothing new that Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. have been at war with each other for infringing technology patents held by the respective companies, so simply the story, which is full of twists in the plot, continues. Considering that Samsung Electronics Co. provides the processors used in Apple’s products, the patent wars are long-drawn and involve a lot of subtle contesting.
Samsung Electronics Co., which has established itself as the market leader in the Android tablet and smartphone categories, was on display at 2013 E-Tech Awards on the 23rd of May at the CTIA trade show held in Las Vegas. In an interesting development, Apple Inc. has added one more Samsung model to its long list of Samsung devices that it wants the federal judges to review for patent infringement.
Samsung Electronics Co. continues to establish its market leadership as the highest grossing smartphone maker in the congested Android smartphone industry. By offering a broad-selection of models, at different price-points and feature-options, the company’s Android smartphone profits are astonishing 95 percent of the revenues earned by the Android smartphone market. The South Korean giant firmly grasped an individual profit of as much as $5.1 billion from the total $5.3 billion posted by Android smartphone industry for the first quarter ended March, according to the findings issued by Strategy Analytics. The Samsung’s domination of Android in 2013 does not come as a surprise to those within the industry.
Apparently, 2013 is a good year for Samsung Electronics Co. Pioneering new undiscovered lands, the South Korean communication devices giant will bring the speed-breaking 5G connectivity by 2020.
Not surprisingly, Apple Inc.’s iPad, the game-changing device, continues to dominate market with its latest version release – the iPad mini. The research firm IDC projected that Apple Inc. would sell approximately 18.7 million units in the first three months of 2013.
After making a lot of fuss, Samsung Electronics Co. has finally informed that it will release its new device – Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 – in May. The successor of the Galaxy Tab 2 has been highly anticipated, but the question is whether it is surprising enough to be widely desired by customers. The launch of the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 might also turn out to be a simple washout as analysts note that it does not offer anything new or exciting.
Samsung Electronics Co. can surprise. And it has surprised again with its record quarterly profits exceeding analysts’ expectations as the smartphone bonanza continues. No doubt that the South Korean electronics manufacturer witnessed these strong results as strong sales of its Galaxy models indeed offset weak demand for the company’s TVs. It seems that Samsung Electronics Co. will enjoy maybe even stronger results in the upcoming months as its new Galaxy S4 smartphone is expected to strengthen the company’s presence in the US market.
Samsung Electronics Co. is bracing for a new thrust as it is to open new mini stores in Best Buy. The move is clearly targeted at Apple Inc. and its commanding position in the US. The question is whether this step can pose a threat to the dominance of Apple Inc. in its homeland market.
After long anticipation, the 14th of March is coming closer when Samsung Electronics Co. is due to release new and better version of its smartphone – Samsung Galaxy S4. Samsung Electronics, which initially lagged behind Apple Inc.’s iPhone 5, has left no stone unturned to flood the smartphone market with its new Samsung Galaxy S4.
After all it happened. South Korean giant Samsung Electronics Co. informed that it decided to purchase a 3% stake in Japan’s electronics producer Sharp Corp. for as much as $110 million. Certainly, Samsung Electronics’ investment is much in the line with the strategy of struggling Sharp Corp.
Samsung Electronics Co. boasts that it has the leading position in the electronics market. And indeed it is truth that the South Korean electronics manufacturer is No.1 in the smartphone sales and it is undoubtedly the leader in TVs as well. But the company knows that if it wants to maintain the leading position, it needs to stay on the innovative road and launch innovative products. The company has just unveiled its new innovative products which are aimed at showing consumers a world of options and potential.
One of these innovative products of Samsung Electronics Co. is a revolutionary high-end TV set. The company is also rumored to launch its new flagship smartphone in March. But Samsung Electronics Co., a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, has not forgotten about emerging markets where the Rex line of budget handsets will be released.
According to the newest Gartner’s report, manufacturers have seen mobile phone sales slump for the first time since 2009. Despite weak overall mobile phone sales in 2012, Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. are still the lead and no company would threaten their positions.
On the 7th of December, HTC Corp. reported its lowest net profit in 8 years as its devices continued to lose with smartphones produced by Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. A lack of new models certainly affected the financial results of the Taiwanese smartphone producer which saw its fourth quarter profit drop approximately 91 percent.
A global patent settlement was announced by HTC Corp. and the Apple Inc. on the 10th of November along with a licensing contract thereby putting an end to one of the main battles in the wars for the smartphone patents.
Samsung Electronics Co. reported its fourth straight quarterly report which beat analysts’ estimates as the South Korea’s producer of TVs and mobile phones made $7.4 billion in the third quarter. Strong sales of Galaxy smartphones helped Samsung Electronics Co. to minimize results of lower sales of memory chips.