Days after revealing quarterly profits of $8.3bn, Samsung has announced that it has now sold 100m devices in the Galaxy S range. S III sales have topped 40m, and are selling over 190,000 units a day.
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Apple has announced that, in the wake of its patent court win against Samsung last week, it will try to ask for the ban of eight Samsung smartphones, including several version of the Galaxy S II.
Samsung has announced that it has sold a worldwide total of over 50 million Galaxy S I and Galaxy S II since the original's launch in 2010, along with seven million units of the Galaxy Note.
Samsung has announced that it has begun updating a number of its Galaxy S II smartphones to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) in a number of countries. The UK will get the update March 19th.
Samsung has now denied that the global version of its Galaxy S II smartphone will receive the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update on Saturday, March 10 via Kies 2.0, unlike previous reports.
Samsung promised it would provide an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for its Galaxy S II handset - and one branch of the company has confirmed that the first updates will begin on 15 March.
As the latest report claims that Samsung's Galaxy S III will have a ceramic back and 4.8" display, we take a look at what we can expect from the mighty new Android, and when it's expected to arrive.
Multiple operators confirm the arrival later this year of the new Galaxy S III, with one suggesting a July launch, as Samsung files trademark applications for four new Galaxy handset names.
If you're an American and have always wanted a Samsung Galaxy Note and its whopping 5.3 inch display, then you're in luck. AT&T has just announced the pricing of both the handset and contracts.
Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S III smartphone won't make its debut this month at the Mobile World Congress 2012, saying it will wait until later in the year to hold a Samsung-specific event.
Samsung recorded a record profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its smartphone devices like the Galaxy S II which increased its revenues by 40 percent.
The saga continues. Samsung just released a commercial bashing the iPhone's battery problems, similarities between the 4 and 4S, and the lack of turn-by-turn directions for the native navigation app.
Apple is once again filing lawsuits against Samsung in Germany, claiming that a number of Samsung's smartphone and tablet designs violate Apple's design rights.
Samsung has reported that it generated $4.5 billion in profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its Android-based smartphones such as the Galaxy S II.
Samsung has announced that sales of its Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S and its S II smartphones have now reached the 30 million unit mark worldwide since launching in 2010.
Samsung has fired back a response to Apple's iPhone 4S, sending over a comparison chart that tries to show that Samsung's Galaxy S II is superior to Apple's newly revealed phone.
The UK Advertising Standards Authority has ruled in favour of Apple's iPhone 4 in a dispute with Samsung over which company can lay claim to having the worlds thinnest smartphone.
Samsung has decided to delay its US Samsung Galaxy S II launch event in New York City one day due to the effects of Hurricane Irene.
Verizon Wireless has backtracked on plans to sell its own version of Samsung's long awaited Galaxy S II smartphone.
Apple has been granted an injunction in a Dutch court which bans the sale of Samsung's Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace Android devices in the European Union
Samsung has hinted that it will make a big product announcement on Thursday, September 1 which could reveal a new smartphone, a new tablet or maybe both.
Samsung is expected to finally launch the Galaxy S II smartphone in the US via a press event on August 29 in New York City.
Samsung's Galaxy S II smartphone hasn't launched here in the US yet but the Android-based phone is selling like gangbusters over in Europe, Japan and Samsung's home base of Korea. News.com reports that according to...
It looks as though Samsung’s Galaxy S II mobile phone has become a very popular seller around the world if today’s sales announcement from the company is anything to go by.In an e-mail sent into...