guess, 09 Feb 2015It's halarious and stupid to say Samsung will die soon...I just can't believe those sully naiv... moreNokia died to Microsoft soon Samsung will regret, yeah sure will not die, but will surely bow to the knee.
It's halarious and stupid to say Samsung will die soon...I just can't believe those sully naive comments. Whether we like it or not, Samsung is a global player and leader in some markets. Increasing or decreasing share is part of the game.
Whether u like it or not...
The same people were supporting Nokia blindly...after all these people realised very late that Nokia is overcharging as per specification...they will come to a point very soon when it will be realised that others are giving much better phones at competitive price...100% profit charging can not be accepted...
[deleted post]people will buy iPhone if they can spend money ;-)
samesung dont deserve premium pricing and they know it..
very good example , S5 inital price was 51.5K IR which was dropped to 32K in 3 months
This shit was bound to happen(sammy losing out on its major hold that it earlier had).
I mean seriously do u see any major difference between note 3 and note 4 | s4 and s5.
The answer is basically NONE with a few minor changes here n there so you cant really expect to do well with those kinda tactics. Thats what in fact led to the S5 being a flop worldwide as well.
Im a sammy fanboy btw and own a note 3 at present and an s3 earlier.
Bravo samsung, although mobilephone share market reduce but in India samsung still No1. I hope when s6 unpack samsung can increa mobile market share..
LOL that 1% of people who buy S5 and S4 in numbers are more than entire population of some small country. anyways you must some jealous looser.
Shamesung will die soon ! Their A to Z series can never save them ! Can't wait to see That .
With all the phone OEMs targeting Ikdia with much better value for money Samsung is sure to lose the region almost completely. Xiaomi, Micromax, One Plus are just a few who Samsung are competing with. They don't stand a chance. Their market share will fall to rest only on the Note and S series at the upper end of the market, and competition will be tight with offerings such as the Mi Note Pro for so much less. ($460)