Samsung Galaxy S20 likely to have 6.7-inch screen, sport a microSD card slot
Galaxy S20, which will be unveiled on February 11, 2020, is expected to have a top-end variant, the S20 Ultra.
India proposes incentives to woo Apple, Samsung suppliers
India is mulling a plan to offer interest subsidy on local borrowing by mobile hand...
Global semiconductor revenue declined 11.9% in 2019: Gartner
Worldwide semiconductor revenue totalled USD 418.3 billion in 2019, down 11.9 pe...
Xiaomi, Samsung to bring parity to online and offline launches
These two companies have communicated to retailers Monday after the All India Mobile Retailers Association (AIMRA) said last week that unless the manufacturers maintained parity, retailers across the country would sell at online prices and recover the shortfall from the brands. The communication also included a boycott ultimatum.
Govt may unveil Rs 36 K-cr plan to get more phones made in India
Indian Cellular & Electronics Association, which has Apple, Foxconn, Xiaomi and Flextronics among its members, has flagged subsidy for machinery & equipment, cost of power, incentive for supporting industry, labour subsidy, logistics and reduction of land rentals as other disabilities India faces in comparison to rivals such as Vietnam.
Samsung unveils Galaxy S10 Lite, Note10 Lite smartphones
These budget versions of Samsung's flagship phones of 2019 pack key premium features such as the latest camera technology, signature S Pen, immersive display and a long-lasting battery. The Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite offer edge-to-edge Infinity-O displays. With a 6.7-inch screen size, the display is designed to provide an expansive and immersive experience.
It's raining tech: Samsung to unveil new foldable phone & flagship S model on Feb 11
In a teaser image, Samsung hinted at two phones - one shaped like a square and another with a rectangular form.
Offline traders warn of Xiaomi, Samsung boycott over online discounting
Retailers have been relentlessly campaigning against exclusive deals, cashback offers, etc, by the two.
6 game-changing smartphones of 2019
The year 2019 saw the launch of many smartphones. However, there were some of these which were game-changers and paved the way for the next generation of smartphones. ET Wealth rounds up the top six among these.
Samsung’s premium focus could mean exit for many employees
The company hints at realignment of resources as it moves from entry-level phones and televisions. It has faced intense competition from Xiaomi, OnePlus, Vivo, Realme and Oppo in driving sales growth in India, where the Chinese brands continue to dominate the price-sensitive end of the consumer electronics market.
Study reveals some gnome galaxies host massive blackholes
A new discovery in cosmos unfolds as the astronomers discover 13 new black holes in some dwarf galaxies, not more than a billion light-years away from Earth. These gnome galaxies are at least are 100 times smaller if compared to our milky way. They are identified as the smallest star system to host such humungous black holes.
Phone? Discount days may not be far off
Xiaomi, Realme and Samsung, which play both in the online and offline space, haven’t been able to clear inventory of old models in the October-December quarter while they continue launching new devices, industry watchers said. They added that Vivo and Oppo, who play mainly in the offline segment, also face similar issues but to a lesser extent.
Two senior Samsung India executives resign
Senior vice presidents, Ranjivjit Singh who was heading mobile phone marketing and Sukesh Jain who was leading the enterprise business, have quit, two senior industry executives said. The exits come at a time when Samsung has been facing competition from the Chinese brigade led by Xiaomi and BBK Group’s four brands - OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo and Realme.
CES: Samsung unveils bezel-less QLED 8K TV
The South Korean tech giant has paid extra attention to detail when it comes to audio.
2020 running high on tech: OnePlus 8 series, Galaxy Fold 2.0 & other smartphones expected to drop this year
The smartphone-makers are developing powerful and aesthetically-appealing devices.
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