Samsung, that maintained a comfortable lead in the second quarter this year with 20.9 per cent global market share, has now created flutters in Apple’s camp with unveiling its flagship Galaxy Note 9. According to industry analysts, Note 9 can build a robust road-map for Samsung at a time when the premium segment globally is… Continue reading Better than iPhone? Samsung Galaxy Note 9 creates flutters in Apple camp
India is arguably the world’s toughest smartphone market — just ask Apple. Yet Chinese manufacturer OnePlus has found a path to success in the country of 1.3 billion. As Pete Lau, OnePlus’s co-founder and chief executive officer, describes it, OnePlus targeted younger users with stylish and affordable Android-based phones. Rather than plastering shops with ads,… Continue reading OnePlus shows Apple how to become the India’s top smartphone seller
With Apple shipping less than 1 million iPhones in the first half of 2018, which is fewer than 2 per cent of the estimated 60 million smartphones that were shipped in India during the same period, Apple seems to be struggling to compete with its rivals in the country, reports The Verge. According to the… Continue reading Why iPhone is losing the race and Apple needs to rethink its India strategy4
Xiaomi, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, on June 7 announced the Redmi Y2 – a selfie camera-centric budget smartphone. Priced at Rs 9,999 and Rs 12,999 for the 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB RAM and storage configurations, respectively, the phone went on sale at Amazon India, Mi Home and Mi Store on June 12. ALSO READ: Xiaomi Redmi… Continue reading From Fifa 2018 live broadcast to Jio double data offer: Last week in tech
Apple Inc changed its App Store rules last week to limit how developers use information about iPhone owners’ friends and other contacts, quietly closing a loophole that let app makers store and share data without many people’s consent. The move cracks down on a practice that’s been employed for years. Developers ask users for access… Continue reading Apple tweaks App Store rules to save info of iPhone owners’ friends
Sorry, Apple’s not sorry. There has been a theme at the tech industry’s big conferences this year: Facebook and other tech giants keep telling us that they’ve learned from their mistakes and are going to be a lot more thoughtful about the far-out stuff they plan on doing in the future. Apple has been cool… Continue reading Apple shuns the tech industry’s apology tour
The prices of flagship phones have been going up each year. And, in the past few years, there have been some very capable flagship phones in the market. And everyone knows that with the launch of each new flagship, the prices of the previous year’s flagship falls. But the past few years have seen many… Continue reading Do certified refurbished smartphones make for value proposition?