Articles tagged with: Europe and Samsung

Samsung Overtakes Nokia in Western Europe to Be Top in the Mobile Phone Market

During the quarter Samsung shipments increased 5.3% year-on-year to 13.2 million units and became the biggest mobile phone maker in the region with 29.3% market share. Nokia shipments dropped 10.3% year-on-year to 12.6 million units and is now the second player with 27.9% market share. more

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ST-Ericsson Meets Rising Demand for Dual-SIM Phones

ST-Ericsson announced that Samsung has chosen two ST-Ericsson platforms to underpin its Dual-SIM Dual-Standby handsets, the E2152 and the Ch@t 322. more

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Samsung Shows Off Android Based Tablet Device

Samsung Electronics has shown off its anticipated Android based tablet computer - the Galaxy Tab (Model: GT-P1000). more

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Samsung's Mobile WiMAX Solutions Reach 200 million people

Samsung Electronics says that WiMAX networks based on its network infrastructure can now cover 200 million people, with 3 million subscribers across multiple networks.  more

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Samsung Shows Off "Affordable" Touchscreen Phone

Samsung Electronics has shown off a touchscreen phone that it says is aimed at mobile users in developing regions who want an "immersive touch screen phone with value-added features at an affordable price". more

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Samsung Sells 50 Millionth Full Touch Screen Mobile Phone

Samsung Electronics has marked the sale of its 50 millionth full touchscreen mobile phone globally this month. Samsung says that it sold approximately 40 million full touch screen devices this year through the end of November, compared with around 10 million in the whole of 2008. more

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Qualcomm Expected to Gain Two Places in Top-10 Semiconductor Rankings

Although the global semiconductor industry has little to cheer about in 2009, with revenue dropping by 12.4 percent and only one of the Top-10 suppliers achieving growth for the year, there is one source of solace for the battered chip makers: it could have been much worse. more

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