Galaxy Z Fold 2 has 'world's smallest curvature'
Samsung has claimed the Galaxy Z Fold 2 OLED display has the "world's smallest curvature".The 1.4mm radius enabled the South Korean company to create a smaller folded gap compared to the original model, which besides stopping dirt from slipping into the display, also makes for a neater design.Samsung claimed that French firm Bureau Veritas certified the display for 200,000 folds.The smartphone also has the lowest blue-light emission is the lowest ever, with 6.5 percent.And the 7.6-inch, 2,208 x 1,768 display is the third bendable model phone by Samsung.The firm claimed that they've had over 50...
Samsung brings exciting line-up of promotions for customers, dealers | Daily FT
Enjoy fabulous discounts and 0% instalment schemes with Samsung ‘Mobile Wasi Mase’Dialog Axiata PLC offers Unlimited Facebook, WhatsApp and YouTube for Galaxy M series Rs. 123 million worth of gifts for Samsung’s loyal dealer network through Mega Vehicle Bonanza promo, the first of its kind in the mobile industrySri Lanka’s No. 1 smartphone brand, Samsung Sri Lanka is rewarding its customers as well as its loyal dealer network by launching an exciting line-up of promotions in the month of September. Samsung’s promo month kicks off with ‘Samsung Mobile Wasi Mase’ and Mega Vehicle Bonanza, which...
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1.14 billion connected devices worldwide are being used to watch Netflix and other video streaming platforms
Over 1.1 billion connected devices for watching the content of video streaming platforms are in circulation worldwide. Strategy Analytics's latest report counts 1.14 billion connected devices (TVs, set-top boxes...). Samsung is the market leader with its wide range of new generation TV sets.The "TV Streaming Platforms" report reveals that the South Korean giant dominates the sector, in every category of device, with 14% market share, mainly thanks to its TVs.Sony is second in terms of market share with 12%. LG comes third with 8%, while Hisense and TCL each count 5%.
Purchase any Samsung smartphone or tablet and get annual subscription for 1 GB internet for free from Azercell!
Aiming to provide the best customer experience, “Azercell Telecom” LLC makes digital services and the latest smartphones, which have become an integral part of our lives, even more accessible.The leading mobile operator is pleased to launch a new campaign in cooperation with Samsung, well-known in the international market for the high degree of reliability and quality. Thus, starting from September 15th, the new Azercell subscribers purchasing Samsung smartphones or tablets will get a unique opportunity to enjoy 1GB internet pack for free within the next 12 months.In order to benefit from the ...
The wait is over: 5G smartphones are more affordable than ever
At around 2,000 dollars or euros, the world's most expensive 5G flagship smartphone from a major tech brand is the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G.Samsung had already unveiled its latest folding phone, which succeeds the Z Fold and has a reworked hinge and larger outside display, ahead of the Berlin's annual IFA tech trade fair in early September.But once the scaled-back tech show started, it became clear that not even a quarter of this price is needed to get a decent future-proof phone with the latest standard in wireless internet.Even if 5G isn't yet widely available in your area, buying a 5G phone now in...
Limited edition $3,299 Galaxy Z Fold 2 wanted by 230,000 Koreans
A whopping 230,000 people in Korea have signed up to enter a draw to buy the $3,299 Galaxy Z Fold 2 Thom Browne edition.The limited run of the device which has been designed in partnership with the fashion brand has seen people flock in the thousands to be in with the chance of owning the smartphone, according to local reports.Samsung only has 5,000 units available, with South Korea only getting 1,000 units.Those who wanted to pre-order the phone had to sign up by September 8, and if they make the 1,000, they'll get their hands on the in-demand device on September 25.The Thom Browne Edition ha...
Samsung clinches $6.6b deal with Verizon for 5G equipment
Samsung Electronics has clinched a $6.6 billion deal with telecoms giant Verizon to supply wireless communications equipment for 5G in the US.The South Korean firm's deal, which will last until 2025, comes after Huawei was banned from working with US companies on 5G by President Donald Trump's administration.Samsung doesn't use Huawei equipment.Samsung said: "With this latest long-term strategic contract, we will continue to push the boundaries of 5G innovation to enhance mobile experiences for Verizon's customers."In July, Huawei overtook Samsung to be crowned the world's most popular smartph...
Verizon hands Samsung USD6.6bn 5G rollout contract
8 Sep 2020Verizon Wireless has reportedly awarded Samsung Electronics America a contract worth USD6.6 billion to deploy its 5G networks. The five-year rollout contract runs from 30 June 2020 to 31 December 2025 and the deal is understood to represent the most lucrative 5G contract handed to Samsung to date.As previously reported by TeleGeography’s CommsUpdate, last month Verizon was identified as the dominant bidder in the most recent US 5G auction. The mobile market leader committed to pay a total of USD1.894 billion for 557 Priority Access Licences (PALs). Gross proceeds from Auction 105 rea...
Samsung wins $6.6 billion Verizon 5G order
Seoul (AFP) - Samsung Electronics clinched a $6.6 billion agreement to provide 5G network equipment to Verizon in the United States, a regulatory filing showed Monday, expanding its presence in the strategically crucial market. The South Korean tech giant said the massive deal was equivalent to 3.4 percent of its total worldwide sales last year, and a "long-term strategic contract".Washington has banned US telecom firms from using network equipment manufactured by Samsung's Chinese rival Huawei on security grounds.Samsung Electronics is the flagship subsidiary of the sprawling Samsung group, b...