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Yonhap – a South Korean news agency is reporting that Samsung has sold in excess of 20 million Samsung Galaxy S4 in two months – worldwide. The Galaxy S4 which was released on April 26, sold more that 10 million worldwide at the end of May. At this current rate, sales should be in the region of 20 million at the end of June, the report speculates. This will be great news for Samsung fans and investors. The Galaxy S3 took 100 days to cross the 20 million line. “GalaxyRead More
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Credit: Apple Apple came out on top in a recent research by Quality Insights on customer satisfaction within the South Korean smartphone market. The Cupetino-based company defeated the likes of Samsung and LG  in the process. According to a report by Naver (via AppleInsider), The report surveyed 44,168 smartphone owners to see how they would rate their satisfaction with both the device’s performance over the course of one year and the manufacturer’s customer service over that same period. market shows that  defeating the Key findings of the report include: Apple’s after-sale service rated highest by South Korean consumersRead More
After setting the world alight with his hit single – Gangnam Style. South Korean superstar Psy’s new single “Gentleman” has swept the iTunes Chart at home and overseas, according to Yonhap. One day after the launch of the much-anticipated release of the strong-beat song. The new single entered top 10 iTunes Single Chart in many Asian, European and South American countries, YG Entertainment said, adding that it topped the Vietnamese chart, according to the report. Psy’s previous hit single – Gangnam Style, has gather over 1,518,833,826 views in nine months onRead More
BlackBerry Mulling Exit of South Korean Smartphone Market According to Yonhap, a South Korean news website, BlackBerry (formerly RIM) is contemplating leaving the South Korea market. “BlackBerry, a Canadian smartphone maker, may pull out of the South Korean market in the first half of this year due to sluggish sales,” the report states. If this turns out to be the case, this will be the second Asian smartphone market Blackberry will be existing this year. Recently, Blackberry announced that they will not be launching their Blackberry Z10 flagship smartphone in Japan. At the time, Amy McDowell,Read More