Last week, Samsung unveiled its much-anticipated Galaxy Note 9 flagship phablet at an event in New York. The smartphone has been available on pre-order in India for quite a few days now and will be officially launched in the country on August 22. Now, the Galaxy Note 9 is indeed the latest and greatest, but
Samsung has quietly slashed the price of its Galaxy J7 Prime 2 in India. The smartphone was launched at Rs 13,990, but it is now available for Rs 11,990 on its official online store. It is available in two color options, Black and Gold. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 2 boasts a metal unibody design,
As global smartphone market declined for the second successive quarter in the first quarter of 2018, Samsung remained the leader, shipping 78 million devices and capturing 21.7 per cent market share, Counterpoint Research said on Wednesday. Samsung shipments grew 5 per cent with the launch of its latest flagship, the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Apple
With the competition getting fiercer in the Indian smartphone market, Samsung is geared up to launch India-focused smartphones across price points in the remaining part of the year, a top company executive has said. According to Asim Warsi, Global Vice President, Samsung India, the company is focusing on multi-dimensional strategies to counter the growing competition,
Korean electronics major Samsung is betting big on its latest flagship devices Galaxy S9 and S9+ to further consolidate its position in the premium smartphone category in India. Samsung will retail the devices in the country from March 16 through online and offline channels, priced at Rs 57,900 onwards. The handsets were introduced a couple
Samsung India has collaborated with the Karnataka government for a notebook donation drive to extend its support to students from government schools across the in Kolar and Mulbaghal areas of the state. "The notebook donation drive, through which we have been able to reach out to over 30,000 students in Karnataka, is a small step in that direction," Samsung R&D Institute managing director Dipesh Shah said in a statement.
Samsung has reportedly rejigged its top management in India. Senior vice president Asim Warsi is now heading product marketing for mobile business whereas Mohandeep Singh has been elevated to senior vice president for mobile phone business and will also be handling sales and retail marketing. Manu Sharma, who was previously heading mobile marketing, will be now heading sales for North and East division for the company.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday quashed a criminal case registered against Samsung India Electronics on a complaint by one Ashok Chaurdia, alleging cheating and criminal conspiracy by marketing a 29-inch television set with an actual viewer screen of 27.2 inches.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Grand Prime 4G back in February this year, but it only now that the smartphone has gone on sale in India. The Galaxy Grand Prime 4G is on sale via Samsung s Indian eStore, priced at Rs 11,100. This was first spotted by FoneArena.
In what is considered to be a major reorganization, four senior executives of Samsung India have quit the company in the last month as it looks forward to reinvent strategies in the Indian market under the new leadership of HyunChil Hong.
Samsung is planning to expand its business operations in India, and is in talks with state governments to set up a third manufacturing plant in India. The Economic Times reports that this move would consolidate 'the South Korean company's hold on a key market and provide a big push to the government's Make in India campaign'.
Earlier today, Samsung refuted an IDC report about iBall being the number one tablet vendor in India in the fourth quarter of 2014. In what has now become a predictable move, the company has sent out a press release referring to the findings of market research firm GfK.
An IDC report yesterday claimed that iBall had overtaken Samsung to top the Indian tablet market in the fourth quarter of last year. Quite unsurprisingly, Samsung has countered the report claiming that it is still the clear leader in the market.
Samsung may be the leader in the burgeoning Indian mobile market, but the Korean handset giant is losing ground in one of the world's largest markets as it faces stiff competition from rivals like Micromax, Karbonn, Lava and Microsoft (Nokia). According to the latest data from CyberMedia Research (CMR), Samsung is "losing its earlier firm grip" with its share declining to 16.5 percent at the end of December 2014 from 20.3 percent at the beginning of the year.
Last night research firm Canalys released a report on the Indian smartphone market, claiming that Micromax had overtaken Samsung as the biggest smartphone maker in India. Quite unsurprisingly, Samsung India has issued a statement rubbishing the report.
Tech giant Samsung today said it has invested Rs 517 crore on manufacturing facility at Noida to ramp up capacity and strengthen its position in one of the world's fastest growing smartphone markets.
As expected, Samsung today launched the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 smartphones in India at an event in Mumbai. Both the handsets come with a full-metal design and are noticeably thinner than most of Samsung s smartphones. The Galaxy A3 is priced at Rs 20,500, whereas the Galaxy A5 costs Rs 25,500.
Korean consumer electronics major Samsung today announced top management changes in its Indian arm following the retirement of its Deputy Managing Director Ravinder Zutshi after serving the company for 19 years.
Earlier this month, a Mumbai-based mobile retailer revealed that Samsung was set to soon launch a new smartphone called Galaxy Core Prime. The company has now quietly listed the smartphone on its India eStore with a price tag of Rs 9,700.
Samsung has today announced a management shuffle in India, which sees HyunChil Hong taking over BD Park as the new managing director of Samsung India. Additionally, Hong will also lead Samsung s business in South West Asia that includes India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.