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Samsung to boost investment by 36% next five years

Samsung has outlined plans to boost total investments over the next five years by 36.4 per cent, seeking to accelerate long-term growth by beefing-up...

Samsung topples Apple in smartphone shipment

Samsung Electronics has reclaimed the lead from Apple with a 24% share in the 2022 first quarter global smartphone shipment, according to Canalys market...

Samsung uses abandoned fishing nets to make new Galaxy handsets

In a bid to go green and protect the environment, Samsung Electronics has used material derived from abandoned fishing nets to make new range...

Apple topples Samsung, retakes top smartphone spot

Statistics from tech industry research firm, Canalys showed that Apple overtook Samsung to return to the top of the global smartphone market, with a...

Samsung releases latest mobile processor

Samsung Electronics has unveiled its latest flagship mobile processor for smartphones, featuring its new Xclipse GPU built with AMD’s graphics technology and running on...

Samsung reportedly spends lavishly on foldable line

Samsung Electronics is reportedly pouring more money into its gamble that folding phones will become the next big thing as it projects a surge in...

Xiaomi topples Apple in latest global smartphone sales

Global smartphone sales figures for the second quarter of 2021 published by industry researcher, Gartner Inc. indicate fast rising Chinese mobile handset brand, Mi...

Smartphone shipments close in on 300M units in Q2

Global smartphone shipments rose almost 7 per cent in Q2 2021, figures from research company Omdia showed, as Chinese vendor Xiaomi continued its recent...

Samsung ups profit, aims to mainstream foldable devices

Samsung Electronics has tipped the smartphone market to recover to 2019 levels during second half of the year, despite continued supply chain issues. Amid...

Vodafone picks Samsung for 5G network

Vodafone UK has chosen Samsung as a supplier for its 5G infrastructure, as it seeks to extend its coverage. One analyst described the move as...


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