More Android Smartphones To Advocate 5G In 2019: Study
According to TrendForce’s latest report, Android smartphone brands, such as Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, and One Plus, all have a chance to launch 5G smartphones in 2019.
Memory Market Drives Global Semiconductor Revenue: Gartner
Worldwide semiconductor revenue totalled $476.7 billion in 2018, a 13.4 per cent increase from 2017, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc.
Samsung Inaugurates 'World’s Largest' Mobile Factory in India
With this new facility, Samsung will double its current capacity for mobile phones in Noida from 68 million units a year to 120 million units a year.
Chinese Brands Taking Over Global Smartphone Market
Huawei and Xiaomi saw highest growth in the quarter and Samsung's midtier smartphones faced continued competition from Chinese brands, Gartner said.
India's Smartphone Market To See Double-Digit Growth In 2018: IDC
The India smartphone market starts the year with its strongest ever first quarter shipments, says IDC.
Xiaomi Almost At Par With Samsung In Smartphone Segment
Xiaomi is almost rubbing shoulders with Samsung, being only 0.5 percent behind the Korean giant which is ruling the market since March 2012...
Apple-Backed Group To Buy Toshiba Chip Biz For USD 18 Bn
The spun-off entity will manage its capital expenditure without interference from the former parent company and attain higher operational efficiency.
Why Is Android Oreo A Good Bet For Enterprise
One of the smartest features of this Android’s latest version for the enterprise is the free, easy-to-implement, built-in functionality that segregates work and personal data.
MobiKwik Partners Samsung Pay For 'One-Tap' Payment Solutions
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MobiKwik will soon be available on Samsung pay- the proprietary mobile payment platform for Samsung’s high-end phones...
'Cashless India' Still Far-Fetched Without Proper Security
In a country where we are still running on older versions of operating systems and majority of the population are not tech literates, going cashless driven by digital may be screwy.