Despite an increase over the Q3 earnings, the estimates for Q4 2014 are significantly lower than the performance Samsung enjoyed during 2013.
Sources are suggesting that Samsung will continue the trend started with the Galaxy A series and offer theme support to all of its upcoming devices.
B. K. Yoon, Samsung’s co-CEO took to the stage at CES 2015 to declare that all Samsung’s products will be Internet-of-Things (IoT) enabled within five years.
Samsung has officially launched two new devices in India: the Galaxy E5 and the Galaxy E7, bringing 5-inch and 5.5-inch displays and mid-range specifications.
According to a tipster, the Verizon variant of the Galaxy Note Edge is set to release this Thursday and cost $399.99/2-year contract, $799 off.
The final days of 2014 were quiet, but 2015 is starting off with a bang. International CES is about to begin in fabulous Las Vegas, and companies are already drumming up their products.
Samsung is giving away 1 year of Netflix to new buyers of the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Tab S and the Galaxy Note 4. U.S. only promotion, starts soon for the first 115,000 buyers.
Despite the age of the device, Samsung Galaxy S2 users can install an unofficial build of Android 5.0 Lollipop-based CyanogenMod 12 on their phone, provided they are willing to root it.
2015 may have only just begun, but the first smartphones of the year are right around the corner. CES, which is less than a week away, will give us our first glimpse at this year’s smartphones, and there will be plenty more to come over the next twelve months.
Average smartphone profits for Android hardware manufacturers have roughly halved over the past year, despite huge growth in global shipments.