Tag Archive: Reports

HTC reports its lowest revenue numbers since 2003

Things are still bad for HTC.

HTC recently published its official earnings report for Q2 2018, and to not much surprise, things aren’t looking too hot for the Tawainese company.

During this past July, HTC saw just NT $ 1.4 billion in total sales. While that may sound like a big figure, it’s down 37.23% from June’s sales and 77.41% lower compared to July 2017 numbers.

In other words, HTC just had its weakest month since August  [Read More…]

Samsung reports Galaxy S9 sales slow

Samsung has released its quarterly earnings report, and the news for its flagship smartphone isn’t great. It’s by no means bad of course (low sales for Samsung is still high sales for anyone else), but sales of the Galaxy S9 are significantly lower than expected.

The earnings report also says that display sales have been lower than expected, but offset by the strong demand for memory. The quarterly operating profit is up 6 percent from last year.

Samsung claims the  [Read More…]

LG reports record Q1 profits despite struggling smartphone division

The company saw an operating profit of USD 1.03 billion for Q1 2018.

Just ahead of the G7 ThinQ unveiling, LG’s released its financial results for the first quarter of 2018. Looking at the company as a whole, Q1 saw total sales of USD 14.1 billion and operating profit of USD 1.03 billion.

With sales up 3.2% and profit increased by over 20% from Q1 last year, this is LG’s most profitable first quarter in history and  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S9 rated as best smartphone by Consumer Reports

The Samsung Galaxy S9 tops the competition including the iPhone X or iPhone 8 Plus, according to Consumer Reports. See why that is.

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HTC reports losses For The 9th consecutive quarter

HTC, the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturing company, recently released their financial report for the second quarter of 2017. Unfortunately, HTC reported losses of NT$ 1.95 billion which approximately amounts to $ 64 million. Despite the recent success of the HTC U11, the company seems to be facing the downhill for the ninth consecutive quarter. Even though the losses […]

Reports of T-Mobile rolling out RCS support in Google Messenger turn out to be fake

Yesterday, a few reports announcing that some select T-Mobile customers have stared seeing RCS support in Google Messenger app – made headlines across the web. If you’re not familiar with RCS (or Rich Communication Services) let us tell you the term refers to the next-gen text-messaging standard, where users are allowed to send messages larger

UK networks weigh in on latest Note 7 battery fire reports

EE and Vodafone halt Galaxy Note 7 exchanges, while O2 and Three consider options.

After a weekend of dire press for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, with reports of battery fires in replacement units in the U.S. and Asia, and Samsung apparently suspending production of the phone, the UK’s major network operators have weighed in.

While new Galaxy Note 7 sales have yet to begin in the UK, pre-order customers who had picked up their phones  [Read More…]

Samsung confirms it’s ‘adjusting’ Note 7 production after new battery fire reports

Production change is ‘to ensure quality and safety matters,’ company says.

Late last night reports emerged from Korea that Samsung had “temporarily suspended” production of the Galaxy Note 7 while it investigated a growing number of battery fires in supposedly safe replacement phones.

Today the company has issued its own statement, stopping short of saying production had been halted, instead using gentler language.

A Samsung spokesperson told Android Central:

We are temporarily adjusting the Galaxy Note7  [Read More…]

Samsung refutes Note 7 ‘remote deactivation’ reports

Remote disabling of recalled Notes not part of official Samsung guidance.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall saga has been gathering pace in recent days. One of the reports doing the rounds over the weekend pointed to the possibility of Samsung remotely disabling devices affected by the battery issue causing some handsets to catch fire or explode. The story goes that one French Note 7 owner on Reddit was told that every “recalled” Note 7 would  [Read More…]

Multiple reports of the Samsung Galaxy S7 catching fire as well

Admittedly when the first stories of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 catching fire were published, my initial thoughts were someone did it on purpose to get media attention, or maybe they used a bad charger, but I was wrong. And I’m sorry for thinking that. After multiple news outlets reported the stories and more continued