A Note 4 user, 07 Jul 2016I'm wondering how this figures will change shortly...
I'm a long-term samsung customer, but... moreWTF. Note 6? Note 6 has not and will not happen.
Note.5 and S6 with NO memory expansions were the culprits for low sales last year. Maybe the latest don't "resonate" with you because Note 4 has more features than current top tier.
I'm for removable battery being back for the benefits of instant power regain and extended batteries.
I'm wondering how this figures will change shortly...
I'm a long-term samsung customer, but several (!) latest products - S5, S6, S7, Note 6, and seems like Note 7, does not resonate with me (and with many other savvy customers, as i see from reading other tech websites).
i just feel forced to look for a subsitute from a different manufacturer, although i'd love to have the samsung amoled screen in my next device.
iron wolve, 07 Jul 2016huawei grow from last year but not in last 3 month they stop growing They still growing, but at a slower rate than before
put a top notch device and enjoy the profits.
unlike apple who only makes profit by giving mediocre products to its customers
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2016Which Huawei? Flagship like P9, Mate 8 etc off course more expensive compare to old time Huawei.huawei grow from last year but not in last 3 month they stop growing
Samsung lead the trends.. Creates the market .. Samsung is the biggest player
mir, 07 Jul 2016I don't see that happening with Samsung anytime soon. You see, they aren't like Nokia, Blackbe... moreI agree with your thinking, Samsung much better than Blackberry ...etc and those Chinese cellphone maker will not beat Samsung easily. But if the coming to US market, Samsung market will reduce because some people buy another new brand.
Cphcph98, 07 Jul 2016Even xiaomi too right?Xiaomi did not coming to US at all. Online retailer selling Xiaomi and can deliver to the US, but Xiaomi 4G LTE network band is not compatible with US carrier (T-Mobile US and AT&T ) 4G LTE band. In the US still can use Xiaomi, but only 3G.
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2016Good luck, Samsung. Enjoy your day. As long as Huawei/Honor, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo etc...did not... moreI don't see that happening with Samsung anytime soon. You see, they aren't like Nokia, Blackberry and Sony who all have failed to adapt to the market fast enough. And Samsung actually listens to its customers most of the time. Plus they are the major driving force of tech on smartphones and have their own manufacturing plants for their parts. So never underestimate them.
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2016Good luck, Samsung. Enjoy your day. As long as Huawei/Honor, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo etc...did not... moreBro if Chinese companies enter US the they will be sued by apple badly for design patent and those companies will loose their money so most Chinese companies are not entering US
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2016Even if they did, Huawei is as expensive...Which Huawei? Flagship like P9, Mate 8 etc off course more expensive compare to old time Huawei.
TheNoteMan, 07 Jul 2016Of course Samsung made profit from the S7 series. It was apparent that the S6 and Note.5 exper... moreLast year was fine. It was 2014 that Samsung had a low earrings because of poor sales of Galaxy s5.
Of course Samsung made profit from the S7 series. It was apparent that the S6 and Note.5 experiments with NO memory expansions were the culprit to their poor profit last year.
S6 Edge is same design as S7 Edge. Guess which has a microSD slot and made tremendous profit... Poll after poll resulted with a majority still wanted a memory expansion slot. Somebody had to be fired over that one. I certainly did not settle for even just a 64 GB internal only with a Note.5 (and not available where I live) since I use a 128 GB microSD card with my Note 3.
Fact is memory expansion is a big deal. That sells, and now Samsung knows not to F*** it up again.
Now once people realize sealed batteries are terrible as well...