Samsung got what it wanted. 2013 people are already complaining samsung for making all their flagship phones not only look alike but also feels cheap plastic.
They didn't want to use metal to make it more premium, now a lot of competitors doing it and samsung left behind dying.
Amir-senpai, 08 Jan 2015I knew XiaoMi's purpose of destroying Samsung was in progress.Nah, it's Samsung's plot to destroy Samsung...
I knew XiaoMi's purpose of destroying Samsung was in progress.
Anonymous, 08 Jan 2015It doesn't take genius to see that samsung is screwed :DWakeup Samsung, what do u expect with the same old plastiky, look alikes with same design,costly and over…rich colours' phones? Give customers their overdue phones with reasonable pricing and quality.
samsung can salvage its failing mobile business if it wants bt reducing number of models and cutting its price drastically ..
if not , then their mobile division will be in big trouble ..
They deserve this. I'm an Android fan and my previous phones were S3 and S4.
It's their fault that they didn't change their design language ASAP. Not that the Galaxy lineup is ugly BUT it's getting to common and boring.
Wake up, Samsung!
This is an indication that the samsung mobile division is in dire situation with competition hitting hard on them. Apple seems to be cloning back the lost market share & they have got a decent margins as revealed by the company's results.
Maybe that will teach gsmarena and other tech sites to stop reviewing every last POS phone that samsung releases and instead focus to the only few that may actually move the company forwards (note, s , alpha). Samsung is like any other company who just happened to be lucky on the new market lottery, they're nothing special. And as long as their main series ( s series) remains subpar tha they'll continue losing sales.
Antymalware, 08 Jan 2015The biggest thief and copycat on this planet finaly gets what it deserves!lol at the bitter tears
The biggest thief and copycat on this planet finaly gets what it deserves!
not surprising. of all the phones they've released in q4 last year, probably only the note 4 was a success. and still they continue to shelve out rather overpriced mid- and low-rangers.
but then again, they listened to the demand for a shift in build quality, maybe they'll listen to more common sense this year. but who knows really.
[sarcasm]Well you need to switch every models to non-removable batteries, thinner with smaller batteries and no sd slot. That'll fix the problem[/sarcasm]