In spite of the flawed mapping software, the iPhone 5 does not really stop to pull customers towards its sleek and stylish design. The fact that Apple managed to sell over five million devices during the first week of its launch stands witness to this fact.
Following the success of its flagship Galaxy S III device, Samsung is now planning to launch a smaller version of its smartphone. For those who found 4.8-inch a little too large, this scaled down version might just interest you.
When Apple is hitting the news for all good reasons, how could Samsung lag behind? Achieving the mark of two million pre-orders for iPhone 5, Apple has proved its success, yet again. And now Samsung says it’s my turn! A lot has been going on in the rumor mill regarding … Read the rest
The Samsung Galaxy S III is a successful phone. The recent report by Samsung indicates that its Galaxy S III smartphone has hit 20 million in as little as three months time. A major figure for Android smartphones, this report marks the achievement of Samsung, who recently lost $1 billion … Read the rest
In an ongoing patent dispute between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics, the former has now targeted Samsung Galaxy S III flagship smartphone and Galaxy Note tablet on Friday. Apple claimed to include four more Samsung devices that it believes infringed its patent rights.