Money rolling in
Samsung Electronics is winning the Smartphone war, despite what you might be reading in the mainstream press.
With Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 after all
After an endless stream of rumors, big leaks and small teasers, LG has now officially unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4.
5.5-inch Full HD display and Intel Atom SoC
While ASUS Zenfone 2 might be the first smartphone with 4GB of RAM, Lenovo's newest K80 5.5-inch smartphone follows the sane design approach, sporting an Intel SoC and plenty of RAM.
While the bigger smartphone makers slug it out using plastic or chrome, LG has come up with something jolly interesting.
Samsung laughing all the way to the bank
While Samsung saw its January-March earnings slip for the sixth straight quarter, investors are expecting a rebound this year on healthy chip sales and high hopes for its Galaxy smartphones.
Blame the almighty dollar
The share value of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing is falling faster than a team of free fall parachuting elephants who have forgotten to pack the key ingredient of their act.
Dreadnaught of phones
The Korean Press is reporting that LG executives want to launch a “super flagship” phone in the second half of this year.
All will have it in March
LG has announced the global availability of its second curved smartphone, the LG G Flex 2, which should be available in most, if not all, markets in the weeks following the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 in Barcelona.
While the Japanese are famous for their love of brightly coloured gadgets, it seems that they are rejecting their smartphones in favour of traditional flip-phones.
A sign of things to come