China’s Huawei took the wraps off a new phone in its quest to displace Samsung as the world’s no. 2 smartphone maker after Apple.
Samsung is spotlighting new Android and Windows tablets after delaying the Galaxy S8 smartphone, an indirect casualty recall of the fire-prone Note 7 phone.
Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, will be officially launched on March 29 in New York.
Huawei introduces a mass-market version of its premium business phone, to take exploit the gap created by the withdrawal of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note 7.
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Blackberry is hosting its MWC pre-briefing where will unveil the BlackBerry Mercury smartphone, which will be called KeyOne
The image hints at the design of the Galaxy S8 smartphone, which is expected to come with dual curved display.
An Apple spokesperson has told Mashable the company is aware of the video and that it is looking into it.
Earlier reports suggest Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will arrive in two variants – the Wi-Fi model (SM-TB25) and LTE (SM-T820).
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Samsung has announced its Exynos 9 series 8895 chipset which is currently in mass production.
The alleged spec sheet for the Galaxy S8+ has been leaked by well-known leaker Evan Blass on Twitter.
With Samsung chief Jay Y Lee being arrested, Choi Gee-sung who is the No 2 lieutenant at the group will take charge
Huawei is the first Android smartphone maker to develop its own voice-assistant.
Some reports indicate Samsung will hold an event in New York on March 29 to unveil its flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone.