Well, here’s something you wouldn’t expect to have heard. We all know of Samsung’s incredible success in the technology sector, their huge success with smartphones and the fact that they’re growing incredibly rapidly.
Samsung is investing 4 billion USD into chip development in Texas, USA. That will surely bring a whole slew of new devices in the next few years and help encourage further development of Samsung’s market-leading position.
But, what else is coming the in the next few years for the Korean OEM? Well, according to China Daily Samsung have something else on their agenda. Samsung is, for some unknown reason, set to venture into the fashion sphere.
Samsung is set to open up many outlets around …
After both the European Commission and the United States Justice Dept. approved Google’s acquisition of Motorola, it was left to China to make the final call. Due to the nature of bureaucracy and the ‘anti-competitiveness’ that China promotes, it took all-too-long for their approval. However, Chinese regulators have finally approved of the acquisition and we will now have a ‘Googlerola’ on our hands!
Google and Motorola have both confirmed the news and are said to be looking to tie up the loose ends that remain. As we have heard time and time again, Motorola will continue to run as a separate entity and a virtual ‘firewall’ will be set up between the two companies. This will be done to …
Lately I have developed a habit for writing about manufacturers that are not very established in the market, and another such manufacturer has come to my attention lately. A Chinese company known as Meizu Technology Company Ltd has grabbed my attention with the release of their newest device called the Meizu MX. The phone was released in China in the early months of 2012.
Previously Meizu has concentrated its efforts on MP3 players and other media devices, but their new Android powered phone is expected to change all that. The Meizu MX has some very impressive specs, especially for Meizu’s first cellular device.
The phone is currently running on Android 2.3, however as of June 2012, the phones will …
Samsung China CEO says Samsung is “Considering Rescheduling the Rollout of the Galaxy S III from May to April”
Over the last two weeks we have been through a ton of rumours about the Galaxy S III. We’ve seen rendered images, snaps taken by Samsung employees and rumours of incredibly impressive features such as wireless charging.
The main difference between what we are hearing today and what we have heard in recent times is that this has some actual credibility. Yes, that’s right – full blown credibility. Samsung China’s CEO, Kim Young-ha, has stated that Samsung is ”considering rescheduling the rollout of the Galaxy S III from May to April.” This only relates to China, yet it means that the SGS3 is right around the corner.
Much like in Australia, China tends to receive international models …