Samsung Overview Updated December 1, 2017


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Samsung Stories December 1

Gartner predicted last month that global smartphone sales would return to growth next year, and its latest numbers show that this was actually achieved sooner than expected, in Q3 this year.

Global sales of smartphones to end users totalled 383 million units in the third quarter of 2017, a 3 percent increase over the same period in 2016, according to Gartner, Inc. All of the top five smartphone vendors achieved double-digit growth apart from Apple …

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Samsung Stories November 28

Analytics data from Adobe shows Cyber Monday projected to be the largest online sales day in history, with a total spend of $6.59B.

Chromecast and Samsung tablets were among the most popular purchases, with those shopping on Android devices spending an average of $110 each …

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

Samsung Stories November 27

Samsung is apparently planning on updating these devices to Android Oreo, Galaxy S6/S7, Note 5/7 included

Android Oreo has been available for a couple of months at this point, but adoption of the update has been pretty abysmal so far, with just 0.3% of Android devices rocking Google’s latest and greatest OS. That could soon change, though, as Samsung has a lot of updates coming up.

Samsung Stories November 22

Samsung has announced that it is creating a new artificial intelligence (AI) research center, which will help develop both mobile and other consumer electronics products …

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Samsung Stories November 20

While Android Wear 2.0 continues to be a mess, Samsung’s Tizen UI on the Gear family of smartwatches continues to impress, and it’s what gets strapped to my wrist every day. Now, Samsung is releasing a new update for the Gear S3 Frontier/Classic to give those a few new enhancements.

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Samsung Stories November 19

For some time now, many believed that Google had abandoned all hope of optimizing the Android platform for tablets. In place of Android tablets, some speculate that the next iteration of Android tablets will, in fact, be Chromebooks.

Based on several recent changes to the Chromium Repository, it looks like Samsung is working on a detachable Chromebook. If true, it could be the first of many 2-in-1 devices that run the Chrome operating system and full-sized Android apps side by side…

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