|Bid||36,900.00 x 0|
|Ask||36,950.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||36,850.00 - 37,850.00|
|52 Week Range||29,750.00 - 43,500.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.01|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1,420.00 (3.85%)|
|1y Target Est||43,833.00|
As smartphone fans await a trio of new phones from Samsung next 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.
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.
Samsung Electronics is pouring resources into its telecom network equipment business, aiming to capitalize 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. French carrier Orange's chief technology officer, Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, visited Japan last year and was impressed with the pace of 5G preparations using alternative equipment makers including Samsung, a company representative told Reuters.
A leaked video has surfaced online that appears to show a plus-sized version of the Samsung Galaxy S10, less than one week ahead of its official unveiling. Previous leaks suggest that Samsung will include the innovative selfie cam in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – one of three versions of the Galaxy S10 that the South Korean tech giant is planning to launch next week. The other two devices are a standard Galaxy S10 and an entry-level Galaxy S10e, both of which are expected to feature a single lens on the front of the phone.
Samsung Electronics expects a new range of smartphones it will launch in India in the first half of this year to generate sales of $4 billion in 2019, a senior company executive said on Thursday. The South Korean giant will unveil one smartphone from the Galaxy A series every month beginning in March, through June, Ranjivjit Singh, Samsung India's chief marketing officer, told Reuters in a telephone interview. Samsung's mobile phone sales in India hit 373.5 billion rupees in the year to end-March 2018, according to regulatory filings sourced by paper.vc, a business intelligence platform.
France will invest 700 million euros (614 million pounds) over the next five years into projects to boost the European electric car battery industry and reduce its carmakers' reliance on dominant Asian rivals, President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday. In a speech to the Paris-based International Organisation of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, Macron unveiled his strategy to help the French car industry fend off competition on electric vehicles (EV) and autonomous cars from Asian and U.S. tech giants. The plan comes after Germany in November set aside 1 billion euros to support battery cell production to reduce dependence on Asian suppliers and shore up jobs at home that may be at risk from the shift away from combustion engines.
Samsung has opened up reservations for its forthcoming flagship smartphone, expected to be called the Galaxy S10. The South Korean technoogy giant will unveil the next-generation device on 20 February, potentially alongside a foldable smartphone called the Galaxy X. Pre-orders for the Galaxy S10 will begin on 21 February, with anyone who reserves the phone through Samsung's website assured of receiving the device on its official release date on 8 March.
Samsung is close to releasing 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.
Samsung has given the biggest hint yet about its plans to launch its foldable phone, expected to be called the Galaxy X. The South Korean electronics giant has not announced an official release date for the next-generation device but a video posted to the firm's YouTube channel suggested it will be fully unveiled at its Unpacked event. The 20 February event has previously been earmarked as the launch pad for the Galaxy S10 range of smartphones, as well as the Galaxy Watch smartwatch and Galaxy Buds headphones.
Many of us with more than a passing knowledge of phones know Samsung is allbut certain to reveal more about its foldable handset next week
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has leaked once again, less than two weeks ahead of its official unveiling. New details about the flagship device's battery and front-facing camera were revealed by an inside source, who also confirmed previous rumours about the smartphone's screen. According to the leaker, Samsung will include a major battery upgrade, with the top-of-the-line Galaxy S10 featuring a 4,100 mAh unit.
With less than three weeks until Samsung is expected to unveil its Galaxy X foldable phone, a new set of rendered images have given the clearest idea yet of what the next-generation smartphone may look like. Based on previous leaks, together with Samsung's official announcements about the phone, the images by Dutch publication LetsGoDigital reveal what to potentially expect on 20 February. When unfolded into a tablet, the Samsung Galaxy X does not appear to feature a front-facing camera, suggesting the South Korean firm has either decided to forego the technology or hide it within the phone's hardware.
The latest Samsung Galaxy S10 leak has revealed the Apple rival's answer to the AirPod wireless earphones, expected to be called the Galaxy Buds. An image of the headphones in a charging case appears to show them resting on the as-yet unreleased Galaxy S10 smartphone. Previous rumours surrounding Samsung's next flagship smartphone suggest it will support reverse wireless charging, meaning it can share its battery power with other phones and devices nearby.
India has deferred a plan to tax imports of touch panels, three sources said, after smartphone makers such as Samsung Electronics asked the government to delay levying tariffs on such new imported components under a phased plan to boost local manufacturing. The tariff, which was supposed to kick in from February, has been delayed after considering industry demands, a government official told Reuters. All three sources declined to be named as the matter is private and still awaits final approval.
Samsung is planning an entry-level version of its forthcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone that will rival the iPhone XR, according to the latest leaks. The Samsung Galaxy S10e, originally thought to be called the Galaxy S10 Lite, was revealed in a series of images that appear to show the unreleased device booting up. The pictures confirm several expected features of the smartphone, including a hole-punch design for the front-facing camera and the presence of a button for Samsung's virtual assistant Bixby.
The imminent arrival of two high-end Samsung Galaxy smartphones means many tech enthusiasts may have overlooked another Samsung Galaxy device on the horizon. Samsung announced its Unpacked 2019 event for 20 February, which is expected to herald the arrival of its flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone and potentially a foldable phone called the Galaxy X or Galaxy F. The arrival of a new premium Galaxy smartphone in recent years has typically come along with a new smartwatch, with various iterations of the Gear watch being released since 2013.
Samsung isn't done refreshing its smartwatches just because the Galaxy Watch is on shelves, although its next update might be contentious. A 91mobilessource claims to have an image of the Galaxy Sport (just a tentative name), and its most telling change is what isn't there -- namely, the rotating bezel you've seen on Samsung wristwear for years. The watch would be sleeker and posher-looking (though still very much a fitness watch), with a brushed-metal finish and a matching silicone strap.
Sarah Lien of Eastspring Investments says any bit of news, negative or positive, will have a more-extreme-than-warranted effect on the markets.