Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and Note 2 narrowly beat the iPhone 5 in a US customer survey, while the opposite happened in South Korea.
The new LTE-A version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 was compared to its competitors in a series of battery tests. The results show that the Snapdragon 800 version consumes the same or less power than the Exynos 5 Octa version and other competitors.
According to sources quoted by Korean media, Facebook is hoping for a closer partnership with Samsung, and, possibly, a Samsung-made Facebook phone. But is Samsung willing to help?
The Nexus 4 is coming to Korea, Google has announced. Find out the prices and availability details in the rest of the article.
Samsung Electronics has decided to buy a 10 percent stake in Pantech, South Korea’s third-largest handset maker, in a deal worth $47.6 million. Have you heard of Pantech? Now that Samsung is a stake holder would you be more interested in its phones?
LG and Google executives met to discuss an “alliance in futuristic projects”, say Korean sources. A new Nexus smartphone, an OLED Google TV, and even a Glass-like device were on the table.
While preparing to launch the U.S. version of the Optimus G Pro, LG has been working on yet another variation of the Optimus G called the Optimus GK. The new smartphone is to all intents and purposes a 5 inch version of the Optimus G Pro. The question is now, is a 5 inch version of the Optimus G Pro more desirable and can it beat the Samsung Galaxy S4?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is set to launch in South Korea tomorrow despite Samsung admitting to supply issues.
LG Optimus G Pro, a device said to be available in the rest of the world in Q2, is doing well in South Korea where it sold 500,000 units in 40 days.
Available ever since last September through third-party South Korean retailers, Asus and Google’s Nexus 7 seems to have kept its mojo all this time around those parts.