The popular Samsung smartphone lineup includes a new addition --- the Galaxy Grand 2 handset, which marks an evolution of the company's Galaxy Grand series of bigger screen handsets.
Competition in the 64-bit mobile chip arena is set to intensify in the near future, with US tech giant Apple having launched the first such chip - the 64-bit A7 chip - on its latest iOS devices including the high-end iPhone 5s, the new full-size iPad Air, and the iPad Mini with Retina display.
After nearly two weeks of the release of the Android 4.3 'Jelly Bean' software update for the Galaxy S3 handsets in the UK, Samsung has suspended the update due to user complaints.
According to the latest statistics shared by Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley, the mobile industry is being dominated by Apple and Samsung; with the two companies together grabbing 109 percent of the profits in the third quarter of 2013.
A recently-released Bloomberg report has revealed that bigwig device manufacturer Samsung issued an apology to its Chinese customers this week; following a widespread criticism, by the country's state media, of the company's failure to fix glitches in many of its handsets.
On Thursday, bigwig device maker Samsung announced its latest product in the smart TV arena --- the new `Smart Media Player', which will give the users the ability to access apps as well as live cable content.
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