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Samsung (SSNLF) is getting involved in 5G (fifth-generation) strategies in a variety of ways as it looks to profit from its evolution to the faster wireless network. 5G promises faster download speeds and shorter response time. Mobile network operators—from Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T) in the United States to Telia and Deutsche Telekom in Europe—are looking to 5G to enable them to unlock new revenue streams.
Solidium, the Finnish state-run investment fund that built a 3.3% stake in Nokia (NOK) at the start of 2018, has minority holdings in over a dozen major Finnish companies. Including Nokia, Solidium owns minority stakes in 13 listed Finnish companies, and the combined value of those investments is estimated to be over $11 billion. Nokia is a bit of an outlier in Solidium’s holding pattern.
Samsung (SSNLF) has set its sights on becoming the world’s top supplier for image sensors, Korean publication Etnews reported. Sony is currently the leading supplier of image sensors, and it controls more than 45% of the global image sensor market, according to Gartner’s estimates.
Samsung typically uses the Galaxy Note phablets to push new technology. Which means the loss of a technological superpower from the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 could leave a critical void in the South Korean company’s portfolio.
Apple is reportedly taking steps to design and manufacture its own display components for the first time, as it looks to reduce its dependence on suppliers such as Samsung Electronics, while keeping its component costs in check.
NEWBERRY, S.C. (AP) — South Korean-based appliance manufacturer Samsung announced the expansion of its production footprint in South Carolina on Monday, making progress on a plan to create nearly 1,000 jobs in the state by 2020.
Reportedly, Apple has started producing its own device displays, which may be a cause for concern for its screen makers and chip-screen interface producers.
Several Apple suppliers traded sharply lower following a report that the tech giant was making screens of its own.
Apple Inc. is designing and producing its own device displays for the first time, using a secret manufacturing facility near its California headquarters to make small numbers of the screens for testing ...
Ground crew in Salt Lake City smelled burning from a lithium-ion battery in the airplane’s cargo hold before take off.
This week’s Android Circuit includes the secret strength inside the Galaxy S9, Samsung’s ambitious sales target, a review of Nokia’s current Android handsets, the notched OnePlus 6 design, Pixel 2XL vs Galaxy S9 Plus camera review, the Amazfit Cor is launched, and Android Wear gets a new name.
Micron Technology (MU) investors need not be too worried about expansion of DRAM chip capacity by Samsung Electronics (005930KS), according to a note today from KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Weston Twigg. Twigg, who has an Overweight rating on Micron stock, writes that he spoke yesterday evening with Samsung “to get more clarity on its DRAM expansion plans this year." The upshot, as he sees it, is that the total amount of bits Samsung is driving up with additional capacity is below the level of expected demand, so it’s okay: Samsung, which represents 35-40% of DRAM production, indicated that it may grow its net DRAM wafer starts per month (wspm) by around 10% for the year (implying around 40k in new wspm), and that it would likely exit 2018 at a slightly higher rate than that.
Today’s the day the Galaxy S9, Samsung’s flagship phone, became available. Listed by the company at $720—or $840 for the upmarket S9+—it checks in a bit cheaper than Barron’s Next 50 stock Apple’s top-of-the-line iPhone X. Of course, sales of the X have disappointed even as Apple (AAPL) just pipped topped Samsung for Q4 smartphone market share. “If you’re planning to buy a new phone in 2018 and are willing to spend between $700 and $900…the S9 or S9 Plus will surely be one of the best options available.
Its flagship Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones were released Friday, but the South Korean electronics giant could endure one of its most difficult years in recent times.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics said on Friday trading in its shares will be halted for three days between April 30 and May 3 for its planned stock split. The split shares are expected to be listed ...
Samsung Electronics said on Friday trading in its shares will be halted for three days between April 30 and May 3 for its planned stock split. The split shares are expected to be listed on May 4, Samsung ...
The electronics giant has partnered with a nationwide firm to offer quick, authorized repairs of Samsung's flagship smartphones.
Mar.19 -- Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discusses Apple said to be developing their own iPhone screen and lessen their reliance on Samsung. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."