That's a very peculiar way of putting things when you are the author in question. I've never understood why you don't defend your pieces using your real name. Is it because you want to be rude to people in a semi-anonymous manner?
Meanwhile, Qualcomm is releasing its own smartwatch.
It's interesting to see Qualcomm release a consumer product. I wonder what prompted this move? Do the people at Qualcomm think that they've cracked it? Or did they become frustrated that no Android OEMs were willing to take their ideas to market?
You mean the web usage statistics for the top US sites?I've yet to see any reports on how low-cost smartphones are being used in India and China. I think it would be fascinating, and probably surprising, to find out.
I'd love to see some research into how people are actually using phones like the Samsung Galaxy Y. I'm guessing that no-one here owns one and that DED has no data to back up his claim that they're only being used as basic camera-phones.
Just because it's not a powerful smartphone doesn't mean that it's not being used as a smartphone. If it's a big seller in China, you can bet that local app developers are targeting it. The same goes with India. Its processing power is...
OK, so it seems like it's only Samsung Electronics and your original article is wrong. Are you going to correct it, Corrections? I love how you call me a troll for pointing out factual errors in your posts. Have you considered a career in politics?
The article says two thirds of Samsung's profits come from smartphone sales. You're now saying that 60%+ of Samsung Electronics profits come from smartphones. Which one is it? Samsung (as a whole group) or Samsung Electronics? You've made two very different claims.
Which 2013 Samsung Android smartphones can't run apps? Do you have any sales data for these models? Models like the S4 mini certainly can run apps. You're making assertions without backing them up with any specifics or data.