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Samsung seeks to reestablish its reputation for innovation with “infinity display” Galaxy S8March 29, 2017The S8 and S8+ are visibly differentiated smartphones because of their large Samsung displays, tiny bezels, and fast chipsets which all play to Samsung group’s competitive strengths. Samsung’s initial Bixby AI implementation falls short of its goal of being a comprehensive AI assistant because of weak app integration and limited voice compatibility. Provided Samsung can manufacture sufficient volumes of S8 and S8 + smartphones, and has no new reliability issues, the S8 will be a success for Samsung. The strong industrial design will support the Samsung brand and provide a foundation for Samsung’s ecosystem ambitions with VR, Bixby AI, and enterprise offerings.
CES Show Report - 2017January 26, 2017The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) saw renewed activity in the smartphone space. Especially Chinese manufacturers used the global stage to present new products. ...Subscribers Only
IFA Show Report - 2016October 05, 2016Internationale Funkaustellung (IFA) 2016 was an opportunity for handset makers to launch devices in the mid-range of the pricing spectrum. Samsung chose to introduce its latest flagship early and Apple followed ... .Subscribers Only
China’s increased importance among leading handset core IC vendorsNovember 16, 2015Quarter after quarter, the smartphone market continues to be dominated by Apple and Samsung as the two combined to ship over 35% of the smartphones in the second quarter this year. While this is a considerable portion of the market, the two leaders have seen their collective share...
Semiconductor Share & Handset OEMs Report - 2015November 06, 2015For component suppliers and handset OEMs alike, 2014 marked another year of maturation of the 4G LTE smartphone marketSubscribers Only
Microsoft needs a bold Surface Smartphone, not the evolutionary Lumia 950 XLOctober 06, 2015The Lumia 950 and 950XL are the first Windows flagship smartphone models launched using modern hardware for over 18 months. They are the first high end smartphones launched since Microsoft closed the acquisition of Nokia's devices business in Spring 2014. Now, these smartphones are just one part of a wider Microsoft mobile strategy, encompassing Android and iPhone.