Samsung is already one of the leaders when it comes to OLED panels, thanks to a long line of devices that use the technology in smartphones from varying manufacturers.
One of Apple’s many strengths is its marketing, and that’s never been more obvious than with its “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign, which has been going strong for a while now.
Samsung has a reputation for following in Apple’s footsteps, and it has even been sued for copying some of the earlier iPhone models. But that doesn’t prevent the company from mocking its biggest rival whenever it can. Here’s why Samsung does it.
Reuters reports that the U.S. Department of Justice has asked the Supreme Court to overturn its ruling that was in favor of Apple in its battle against Apple vs. Samsung for patent litigation. It has also asked that the case returns to the trial court. The DOJ had submitted an amicus brief on this matter to the court on Wednesday on behalf of Samsung.
Bloomberg reports that Samsung is planning on releasing phones with bendable screens early next year. The company plans on launching two handsets with a bendable OLED screen, which the company has been showcasing since the last few years now, though it is yet to see a commercial application.
It’s been quite the stretch of time since Samsung supplied Apple with NAND flash storage, but it looks like the hiatus might be coming to an end.
Back in January of this year, it was confirmed by Samsung that, at some point this year, the Gear S2 — the company’s Tizen-based smartwatch — would feature support for the iPhone.