Samsung is suddenly the world’s largest smartphone seller, for now anyway, having shipped 27.8 million units between July and September. That gives the South Korean company nearly 24 percent of the global smartphone market, which has been driven by its adoption of Google’s Android mobile operating system.
A flyer promoting the sale of Motorola Xoom by US consumer electronics retailer Best Buy has tagged its price at 800 USD. The said price places it between the two highest price marks for rival iPad, a gadget that most say is technically inferior to the Xoom.
Differences in prices start to emerge as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a tablet computer, becomes available in the United States in early November.
AT&T has announced that they will directly market the Apple iPad to the business sector to compete with Research in Motion (RIM) who will sell their upcoming tablet computer, the Playbook, to the business sector, its main market, sometime early 2011.
Mobile makers Nokia and RIM are not happy on being dragged to the antenna issue that Apple is currently trying to hurdle.
Electronics retailer Best Buy has partnered up with Japanese multinational electronics corporation regarding the sale of its first bundle of television sets with 3d features.