Samsung, which stands second in the list of the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturer after Nokia, believes that it would achieve the top spot as the demand for its smartphones is growing rapidly.
General Manager Ashraf Fawakherjii, of Tele-communications Group at Samsung Gulf Electronics, said that they had the strategy and the product line-up to become number one in the market. However, he declined to provide a time frame.
Speaking on topic, Fawakherjii said, "We have the strategy and the product line-up to attain number one status, but I cannot give you the time frame.”
Meanwhile, the electronics giant has announced the availability of Smart View application for the Samsung Galaxy S2.
The Smart View application turns the Galaxy S2 into a TV as it allows users to watch TV content when the mobile device is linked up to the Samsung Smart TV D7000 and D8000 series.
The new application, which will also be available for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Samsung Galaxy S later in 2011, allows users to watch a completely separate channel from the one that is running on the TV.
Samsung’s Galaxy S2 has so far attracted three million pre-orders since it was launched in April.
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