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Samsung to Take On Apple with Its Flexible Screen and Samsung Galaxy Note Successor
(30-08-2012)
 
Samsung to Take On Apple with Its Flexible Screen and Samsung Galaxy Note Successor
 

After losing the lawsuit to Apple, Samsung is all set to get back at the American technology major with a bang. While, Apple is seeking ban on some of Samsung’s models, the Korean tech giant is all preparing to expand its reach in the American market with its Samsung Galaxy Note successor and its “flexible” screen smartphones. It’s worth mentioning that Samsung’s Galaxy Note is not among the models that Apple wants to ban in American market and is Samsung’s 2nd most popular smartphone since their flagship Galaxy S. Samsung recently launched the Note successor, and expects the phablet successor to lift up the South Korean group. We have learned that the Note 2 will have adequate enhancements that will let Samsung carry on their strong sales in the segment. The new launch will also be a morale booster for folks at Samsung, who might be a bit down after the lawsuit verdict. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is expected to have a slimmer and a bit bigger 5.5-in display screen, newest variant of Google's Android OS, Jellybean, powerful quad-core processor, and enhanced stylus function. Samsung’s Note is a brave move by the company to take themselves out of the shadow of iPhone and do something new and revolutionary. Samsung has also been working on “flexible” screens for their Smartphones and is expected to launch it into market by this year-end. The flexible screen smartphones from Samsung will be entering the market after Apple’s next-gent iPhone. This will be an interesting move from Samsung to further cement their lead in the global mobile market. The latter half of the year will definitely be action-filled in the technology world, so watch out for some amazing offerings from the technology majors.