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Samsung Needs 8 Mil Flexible Panels Monthly For The Galaxy S7, To Ramp Up Investment (Rumor)

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Samsung Display keeps on doing whatever it knows best, and at the moment this seems to translate into “preparing for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7″. According to a fresh series of reports from the company’s homeland, Samsung Display was supposed to invest big into expanding its A3 factory (which focuses solely on manufacturing flexible panels), as soon as …

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Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge US Pre-orders: More Than Double vs Galaxy S5 (Rumor)

In #all, #android, #breaking, #samsung by Mihai Matei1 Comment

The Samsung Galaxy S5 was somewhat of a disappointment for the Korean tech giant, as many prospective customers found it to be the same yearly bloated TouchWiz experience wrapped in a polycarbonate case. Nevertheless, while the SGS5 did not sell as good as Samsung initially expected, the series’ momentum helped in promoting the device on the market and tragedy was …

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ASUS ZenFone 3 To Feature A Fingerprint Recognition Sensor?

In #all, #android, #breaking, #china rising by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

The ASUS ZenFone 2 was unveiled earlier this month, but despite the fact that the handset in question is very much fresh out the oven, questions about the ZenFone 3 already emerged and ASUS’ CEO Jerry Shen already disclosed to the Chinese press some of the company’s plans for the very next flagship in the series. More specifically, it seems …

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LG G4 Release Date: End of April, Expected To Be A Gamechanger For LG (Rumor)

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According to the Korean media, LG will release its highly anticipated flagship phone, the LG G4, sometime at the end of April. The same industry sources are “confirming” (if we can call it that) that the smartphone will come with a curved display (Quad HD resolution, in the 5-inch range), just like some of the previously leaked LG G4 cases …

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Samsung To Triple The Original Galaxy S6 Edge Production Volume?

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Although the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge was released in relatively smaller quantities, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge might very well become one of the Korean company’s main series of flagship phones. The handset has yet to see the light of day commercially, but reportedly ever since its official unveiling at MWC 2015, an increasing number of global cellphone retailers and …

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HTC: Built In Wireless Charging Starting With Its Next Flagship?

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HTC may have dabbled with wireless charging technology before, but the Taiwanese manufacturer never actually successfully adopted it. Perhaps its attempts were too early, or maybe the technology they made available was a bit too inconvenient. Looking now at the wireless charging accessory for the One M7 I’d say that wasn’t the most elegant solution. However, now that the Samsung …

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Rumor: Apple Watch Monthly Production Target Cut In Half (Display and Assembling Issues)

In #all, #apple, #breaking by Mihai Matei3 Comments

As we get closer to Apple Watch’s market debut we continue to come across reports concerning various low yield issues that may lead to limited market availability. About a couple of weeks ago it was rumored that Apple’s initial Watch shipment will consist in 3 million units. Softly afterwards we received word that Quanta has a very low defect-free rate …

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LG G4 Might Not Come With A Metal Case, While G4 Note Will Probably Rock One

In #all, #android, #breaking, #lg by Mihai Matei1 Comment

After several years of sticking to plastic materials, in 2014 Samsung took a very important step in the evolution of its premium smartphone line-up and released the first handsets featuring metal frames and higher build quality. These efforts eventually led to the creation of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge – two smartphones that have been very well received …

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Samsung: 14nm AP Yield Issues, To Soon Become Qualcomm’s Main Supplier (Rumors)

In #all, #android, #breaking, #samsung, #technology by Mihai Matei1 Comment

While Samsung and TSMC seem to gear up for Apple’s A9 / A9X chipsets, market analysts continue to try and predict each company’s involvement in the matter. There seem to be two main schools of thought though, as some analysts believe that TSMC will get the lion’s share, whereas others seem more confident in Samsung’s ability to produce 14 nm …

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Talk About New LG-Made Nexus Smartphone Reignites As Google Visits LG’s HQ and Affiliates

In #all, #android, #breaking, #lg, #nexus by Mihai Matei1 Comment

One of the reasons why Nexus smartphones can be more exciting than the rest of Android devices is because Google doesn’t stick to one hardware manufacturer. The first Nexus handset was created by HTC, followed by two devices by Samsung and two from LG. The latest model in the series was manufactured by Motorola, and recently there have been rumors …

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Samsung Needs 8 Mil Flexible Panels Monthly For The Galaxy S7, To Ramp Up Investment (Rumor)

In #all, #android, #breaking, #samsung by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

Samsung Display keeps on doing whatever it knows best, and at the moment this seems to translate into “preparing for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7″. According to a fresh series of reports from the company’s homeland, Samsung Display was supposed to invest big into expanding its A3 factory (which focuses solely on manufacturing flexible panels), as soon as …

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Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge US Pre-orders: More Than Double vs Galaxy S5 (Rumor)

In #all, #android, #breaking, #samsung by Mihai Matei1 Comment

The Samsung Galaxy S5 was somewhat of a disappointment for the Korean tech giant, as many prospective customers found it to be the same yearly bloated TouchWiz experience wrapped in a polycarbonate case. Nevertheless, while the SGS5 did not sell as good as Samsung initially expected, the series’ momentum helped in promoting the device on the market and tragedy was …

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ASUS ZenFone 3 To Feature A Fingerprint Recognition Sensor?

In #all, #android, #breaking, #china rising by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

The ASUS ZenFone 2 was unveiled earlier this month, but despite the fact that the handset in question is very much fresh out the oven, questions about the ZenFone 3 already emerged and ASUS’ CEO Jerry Shen already disclosed to the Chinese press some of the company’s plans for the very next flagship in the series. More specifically, it seems …

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LG G4 Release Date: End of April, Expected To Be A Gamechanger For LG (Rumor)

In #all, #android, #breaking, #lg by Vlad AndriciLeave a Comment

According to the Korean media, LG will release its highly anticipated flagship phone, the LG G4, sometime at the end of April. The same industry sources are “confirming” (if we can call it that) that the smartphone will come with a curved display (Quad HD resolution, in the 5-inch range), just like some of the previously leaked LG G4 cases …

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Samsung To Triple The Original Galaxy S6 Edge Production Volume?

In #all, #android, #breaking, #samsung by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

Although the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge was released in relatively smaller quantities, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge might very well become one of the Korean company’s main series of flagship phones. The handset has yet to see the light of day commercially, but reportedly ever since its official unveiling at MWC 2015, an increasing number of global cellphone retailers and …

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HTC: Built In Wireless Charging Starting With Its Next Flagship?

In #all, #android, #breaking, #htc, #technology by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

HTC may have dabbled with wireless charging technology before, but the Taiwanese manufacturer never actually successfully adopted it. Perhaps its attempts were too early, or maybe the technology they made available was a bit too inconvenient. Looking now at the wireless charging accessory for the One M7 I’d say that wasn’t the most elegant solution. However, now that the Samsung …

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Rumor: Apple Watch Monthly Production Target Cut In Half (Display and Assembling Issues)

In #all, #apple, #breaking by Mihai Matei3 Comments

As we get closer to Apple Watch’s market debut we continue to come across reports concerning various low yield issues that may lead to limited market availability. About a couple of weeks ago it was rumored that Apple’s initial Watch shipment will consist in 3 million units. Softly afterwards we received word that Quanta has a very low defect-free rate …

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