In light of Xiaomi’s recent conquest of the #1 spot in China, Samsung’s Robert Yi questions the rival’s potential success internationally. Competition!
Even though Black Friday is 10 days away, Samsung is already taking pre-orders for a number of products that are already up for sale as part of their Black Friday deals.
In this roundup, we’re looking at the absolute best Android phones, the devices you can’t go wrong with. From sleek devices that impress through premium design, to powerhouses brimming with features, to great all-around devices, and affordable phones that punch above their weight, the Android ecosystem is populated by a staggering variety of great phones.
According to a senior Samsung executive, Korea’s digital dominator is planning to release a flexible device by the end of next year.
A new leak allegedly detailing Huawei’s 2015 product line-up offers some very interesting details. The future Mate 8 looks tame compared to the powerful D8. Samsung watch out.
Samsung will manufacture 25 to 30% less smartphone models in 2015, shifting focus to flagship devices and component standardization for low to mid end models.
It was the week when Lollipop began trickling out to eager Android fans. Google began feeding our Lollipop craving on Wednesday, when system images hit servers and the much anticipated OTAs began rolling out. (If you still haven’t got yours, our handy guide shows you how to sideload and skip the wait.) CyanogenMod announced plans for the Lollipop-based CM12, and several Lollipop-based ROMs hit XDA. The Nexus 6 finally went on pre-order on US carriers, and Sprint is actually shipping it. Google launched Messenger in the Play Store and kicked off Material updates to some of its apps. And finally, Samsung introduced Flow, its cross-device connectivity feature, and showed off the sensor-packed Simband.
The term ‘fanboy’ sure gets thrown around a lot in the mobile world. So what are some of the most common types of fanboys, and what are some signs you might be part of their tribe? Let’s take a look.
Samsung is setting aside millions of dollars to start a mobile video product.
Due to poor performance in Q3 2014, Samsung’s J.K. Shin has seen his well-paid salary decrease substantially. There is clearly some trouble going on inside the Korean giant.