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It looks like Samsung will make more money than Apple in Q2

According to Samsung's earnings guidance, the tech giant will make more money in Q2 than one of its biggest rivals, Apple.
by Mitja RutnikJuly 7, 2017

The next iPhone will probably look a lot like the Galaxy Note 8

Apple and Samsung are both readying flagships for the latter half of 2017, and rumors indicate they might look pretty darn similar.
by Scott Adam GordonJuly 4, 2017

After Google, Apple rumored to invest in LG’s OLED operation

LG Display is said to be in talks with Apple for a deal worth more than $2.5 billion.
by Bogdan PetrovanJuly 3, 2017

Samsung takes 13% of global smartphone profits in Q1 2017, but Apple is still dominating

Data from research firm Strategy Analytics suggests Samsung took home 13% of the global smartphone profits in Q1 2017, but Apple managed more than 83%.
by Scott Adam GordonJune 5, 201715
 
 

LG grabs record 20% of US smartphone market

LG has reached a 20 percent smartphone market share in the US for the first time thanks to the V20 and a few other smartphones.
by Mitja RutnikMay 8, 201731

Price gap between Samsung and Apple smartphones reaches new record

The gap between the average selling price of Samsung and Apple smartphones has reached $465.
by Mitja RutnikMay 5, 2017166

Smartphone shipment growth was essentially led by Chinese OEMs

Global smartphone shipments saw higher growth than expected during Q1, and it was essentially led by manufacturers like Huawei and OPPO.
by Brian ReighApril 28, 20177

8 ways the Galaxy S8 is objectively better than the iPhone 7

We think we can objectively prove the Galaxy S8 is better than the iPhone 7. So grab some popcorn and settle in, because this is about to get ugly.
by Kris CarlonApril 26, 2017197

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus quick look

The best from Samsung versus the best from Apple - Join us as we take a first look at how the Galaxy S8 Plus compares with the iPhone 7 Plus!
by John VelascoMarch 30, 201734

Apple led global smartphone profits in 2016, but Samsung poised to narrow the gap a little this year

Apple captured 79.2 percent of global smartphone profits in 2016, while Samsung came in second with $8.3 billion. These numbers might change in 2017.
by Mitja RutnikMarch 8, 2017111
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