With the mobile design team head leaving the company this week, we decided it would be a good time to take a look at some of Samsung’s smartphone designs over the years.
How did Samsung climb the ranks to become Android’s biggest OEM and the world’s most popular mobile phone manufacturer? We take a look at Samsung’s beginnings, it’s early successes, the Galaxy S line’s domination of Android, and the copycat claims that have plagued it.
Join us for a trip down memory lane, from the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) to the Google Nexus 4, as we discuss the best Android smartphones of all time. Is your pick here?
Analyst Travis McCourt has put together some rather interesting graphs depicting the sales history of Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy handsets. It’s an interesting insight into how the rivalry we all know so well came into being.
As we look forward to tomorrow’s highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, we take a look back at where it all began.
The hype machine is fired up and excitement is building as we see Samsung’s latest Android flagship sailing into view on the horizon. With expectations soaring there’s a good chance the Galaxy S4 will bring everyone down to earth with a thump.
Samsung has registered a variety of new product names for future mobile devices, although it’s not clear whether any of them will actually be used in the near future.
During an internal Samsung event to mark the 43rd anniversary of Samsung Electronics, a subsidiary of the Samsung Group which is responsible for creating Samsung’s Android smartphones, the company’s CEO called on all executives and employees to find new growth engines to help Samsung succeed during the coming years. Kwon Oh-hyun, Samsung Electronics vice chairman and CEO said to those gathered, “If you are satisfied with what you have achieved so far, then we will fall down suddenly. For a bright future, Samsung shouldn’t stop its vigorous efforts to find the next cash generators.”
Although it has been in the news for the past couple of months, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G is yet to be made available. Initially known as the Galaxy S Blaze Q, this was supposed to see the light of day on August 15, but for some reason it will go on sale with a delay of more than a month.
The first U.S. Apple vs Samsung battle has ended in late August, with a surprisingly bitter defeat for the South Korean Android maker – surprising not because Samsung was found to infringe on certain Apple patents, but because of the nature of the total Samsung defeat.