The next “wow” factor and trend end users will be looking out for are the features that will enhance their experience.
The Galaxy S8 is quite possibly the most important launch for Samsung in recent memory as it attempts to wrestle back market share.
Company’s own-brand smartphone may not be in the best interests of the company, analysts say.
Organisations face the need to transform while steering past heightening economic pressures.
According to the latest IDC Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, total smartphone shipments in Malaysia recorded approximately 2.7 million units in Q4 2016.
A total of 4.8 million units of smartphones and 900,000 units of tablets were shipped in the first half of 2015 (H1 2015) in Malaysia, according to International Data Corporation (IDC) Asia/Pacific’s Quarterly Mobile Phone and Tablet Trackers.
Total smartphone shipments in South-East Asia reached approximately 24 million units in the first quarter of 2015, posting a year-over-year growth of 65.6%, IDC said.
Whether it is in the shift to larger screens for smartphone and phablets and the fast-disappearing mid-tier price segment, to the erosion of Samsung’s market share, Karamjit Singh sees the fingerprint of Chinese smartphone vendors.
Samsung Electronics Co remains the top-selling smartphone maker in the world for now, but keeping that crown has become increasingly challenging with its aggressive rivals baying for blood and doing everything in their power to topple the incumbent giant.