Samsung has been pretty quiet on the ad front lately, where it typically ends up marketing Apple just as much as its own phones.
We have been hearing for years now that Samsung will soon be launching a smartphone with a foldable display. Well, it looks the world’s first smartphone with a foldable display will soon be a reality. A WSJ report claims that Samsung is planning on unveiling its foldable smartphone early next year.
Samsung is back at it again. The company has released a new ad where it is mocking Apple’s latest iPhone — the iPhone X — for its slow LTE download speeds when compared to the Galaxy S9, its latest flagship handset.
Samsung Galaxy S10 to Launch in Three Different Screen Sizes, Feature In-Display Fingerprint Scanner
TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his latest investor note says that Samsung will be making use of in-display fingerprint scanner technology for the Galaxy S10 next year. The company will be using Qualcomm’s ultrasound in-display fingerprint scanner instead of the optical in-display fingerprint scanner from Synaptics which has found its way into handset from Chinese OEM Vivo.
Samsung and Apple have been going back-and-forth in a long-running design patent dispute, but it looks like it has finally reached an end.
Samsung has today sent out invites for the official unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 at its Unpacked event. The Note 9 will be Samsung’s flagship phone for the second half of the year after the release of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ earlier this year.
No one could have seen this latest development in the long-running patent infringement court battle between Apple and Samsung.
The Jury Has Sided With Apple in Patent Trial With Samsung, Awards the Company $539 Million [Updated]
Apple and Samsung have been going to court for years now, especially in regards to a long-standing battle over patents and the iPhone design.
Samsung’s marketing for its smartphones usually has Apple in them in some way or another, and that trend continues with its latest advertisement.
Apple and Samsung have been in and out of the courtroom, on opposite sides of the arguments, for years now, with the longstanding patent infringement case seemingly going on forever.