An innovative Galaxy Note Phablet and a bigger version of the S6 edge curved-screen Smartphone have just been launched by Samsung Electronics, marking a brand new submission by the gigantic South Korean Company to revitalize impetus in its handset manufacturing venture.
Samsung is adjudged the best Smartphone manufacturer all over the world. However the company has its market share dropped in the second quarter when its seriously celebrated S6 models unveiled, was frustrated by price-competitive offerings and Apple’s iPhones from Chinese competitors like Huawei Technologies.
The action taken by the manufacturer was price cuts in S6 models and bringing ahead the launching of the Note from its normal early September spot, in front of the newest iPhone launch generally anticipated in September.
In the recent past, Samsung has made quite a lot of hardware changes for the fresh phones, such as a faster processor for the Galaxy Note 5 as well as escalating the screen size of the S6 edge+ to 5.7 inches from its previous 5.1 inches on the S6 edge.
These two products are powered by the Exynos chips from Samsung, as revealed by someone familiar with Reuters. Samsung choose to use its own processors for the S6 models and dropped Qualcomm Inc chips that used to power most of its earlier handsets.
Samsung said that these new phones will go on sale this month, but didn’t specify dates or markets. They will support Samsung Pay – the mobile payment service that was launched on August 20 in South Korea and later in the United States on September 28, 2015.
Samsung Pay allows users to make payments by having their phones send signals to available magnetic stripe card readers, providing greater store coverage than the Apple Pay service from Apple that needs retailers to set up compatible equipment.