Smartphone market headed for new challenge as mid-range devices see prospects
Devices in the $100-$400 price bracket dominated global shipments in the second quarter, a trend that is expected to continue in 2021. This is according to International Data Corporation (IDC), which said low-to-mid end smartphones accounted for 60 per cent of global shipment volume in Q2. Next year, the research firm expects that $100-$400 smartphone…
New tech experience centre debuts in Lagos
After weeks of anticipation, TD Africa, sub-Saharan Africa tech, lifestyle and solutions distributor and one of the companies in the Zinox Group, is set to raise the curtains on the Tech Experience Centre, an ambitious technology project that is widely expected to bridge
Samsung, SIMS Nigeria celebrate 27 Years partnership with special rewards for customers
Samsung Electronics, West Africa in partnership with one of its major sales and distribution partners, SIMS Nigeria, has announced the commencement...
Samsung unveils five new power devices to empower work and play
Samsung Electronics Co. Limited hosted its first-ever Galaxy Unpacked virtual event live streamed from Korea to introduce a new suite of power devices.
Huawei overtakes Samsung as top smartphone seller: industry tracker
China's Huawei has overtaken Samsung to become the number-one smartphone seller worldwide in the second quarter on the back of strong domestic demand, industry tracker Canalys said Thursday. Canalys said the embattled firm, which is facing US sanctions and falling overseas sales, shipped 55.8 million devices -- overtaking Samsung for the first time, which shifted…
Huawei controversy opens field for 5G challengers
With growing pressure to keep China's Huawei out of 5G network development, it could be time for firms like Japan's NEC and South Korea's Samsung to shine.
Samsung heir apologises over corruption scandal
The heir to the Samsung empire bowed in apology Wednesday for company misconduct including a controversial plan for him to ascend to the leadership of the world's largest smartphone maker.
Lagos emerges best startup’s ecosystem in Africa
Lagos has emerged as the best startup’s ecosystem in Africa. It ranked ahead of Nairobi (Kenya), and Cape Town (South Africa).