Some people who have already gotten their hands on the coveted Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have noticed what looks like a manufacturing defect. The gap between the display glass and the bezel is larger than usual, big enough to fit a business card into. Naturally, people aren’t happy. However, the explanation ... Read More »
Despite the fact that it makes its own processors, Samsung has long depended on Qualcomm because its processors have historically been the only ones with LTE on the chip itself, a necessity for markets like the US. And while Samsung Exynos processors are nice, the lack of LTE is their downfall. However, Samsung’s relationship with Qualcomm will ... Read More »
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Samsung has previously had problems with its suppliers, as have all companies, so it decided to investigate. The company commissioned independent inspections of 100 Chinese suppliers it uses to see how much illegal activity is going on. And sadly, the results aren’t very good.
59 out of the 100 suppliers did not have proper ... Read More »
HTC started out building smartphones for other companies, releasing re-branded devices without its name on them. Now that the company has grown significantly and has long been releasing devices under its own name, HTC may be outsourcing its own production of smartphones to other companies. Rumors claim that HTC will outsource manufacturing on at least ... Read More »
It may not be the stratospheric shipping totals that we are accustomed to seeing with Samsung’s flagships, but according to Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside 100,000 Moto Xs a week are exactly where they need to be right now to meet their carrier demands. According to Woodside, the facility is capable of ramping up ... Read More »