|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||45,450.00 - 46,150.00|
|52 Week Range||36,850.00 - 53,900.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.15|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2019 - Apr 29, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1,416.00 (3.06%)|
|1y Target Est||54,903.00|
Samsung’s promised a much better look at its foldable phone at tomorrow’s big S10 event. We already caught a glimpse of the product late last year at the company’s developer conference, but among the many uncertainties with the product is what the hell the company will name the thing.
It's hard to believe sometimes, but Samsung's Galaxy S smartphones have been around for nearly a decade -- no wonder the company's trying something a little different for the launch of its new Galaxy S10s. Rather than compete for attention with everyone else at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung is taking over the Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco to celebrate ten generations of flagship phones. Granted, we have a fairly good sense of what Samsung plans to Unpack that day: expect a trio of phones at the very least, not to mention some details on its first 5G device, and maybe even some news about its wacky foldable.
If you thought itcouldn't top its earlier leak on its Galaxy Watch app, this time the productswere the stars of a full-blown ad aired by Norway's leading commercial TVchannel
Samsung is expected to roll out its newest S10 and S10 Plus models, which include several design and technical tweaks such as a new triple-camera system, according to leaked photos and renders posted on Samsung-focused blogs. Other phone rumors include a folding smartphone that Samsung has been teasing for several months, as well as a 5G-enabled S10 X model with as many as six cameras. Aside from phones, Samsung is also expected to roll out a slate of devices and accessories that include a new watch called the Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch, a pair of fitness trackers, and a set of Airpod-esque wireless earbuds called Galaxy Buds.
Samsung is gearing up for its 2019 Unpacked Event on Wednesday night, where we can expect to see the launch of its most important smartphone in years. The Samsung Galaxy S10, the tenth anniversary model of the long-running Galaxy range, promises a major upgrade in terms of power and features.
As smartphone fans await a trio of new phones from Samsung this week, eyes will soon be turning to what could be the Korean company's next innovation - a folding smartphone known as the Samsung Galaxy X.
HELSINKI/LONDON (Reuters) - Atomico-backed Finnish startup Varjo on Tuesday launched its top-of-the-range virtual reality headset, aiming to take VR technology to the aerospace and automotive sectors. The most widely known VR headsets such as HTC Vive or Facebook's Oculus have so far mostly made headlines with consumer applications, but with a $5,995 price tag Varjo is betting on industrial uses in architecture, engineering and construction. "There are millions of architects or engineers working on architectural projects ... once they start to use VR on a daily basis, that's when we start to see the volumes," Niko Eiden, founder and CEO of Varjo, told Reuters.
With just days to go until the official launch of the Galaxy S10 range of smartphones, countless leaks mean almost everything is already known about Samsung's next flagship smartphone. Just as 2017 signified the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, 2019 marks 10 years since the first ever Samsung Galaxy smartphone – and the South Korean tech giant has something special planned for the birthday edition of its most popular device. Samsung is yet to give any official details, though opened up reservations for the phone on its website last week.
Samsung Electronics is pouring resources into its telecom network equipment business, aiming to capitalise on the security fears hobbling China's Huawei, according to company officials and other industry executives. Potential customers are taking notice of Samsung's efforts to reinvent itself as a top-tier supplier for 5G wireless networks and bridge a big gap with market leader Huawei and industry heavyweights Ericsson and Nokia.
Samsung is gearing up to launch its most important smartphone in years. The Samsung Galaxy S10, the tenth anniversary model of the long-running Galaxy range, promises a major upgrade in terms of power and features.