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Ahmed Samir, Minister of Trade and Industry, held an extensive meeting with Chunki Kwan, Chairperson of Samsung Egypt, and his accompanying delegation.
According to the source, the manufacturing is expected to take place through the company’s industrial complex in Beni Suef, which manufactures school TVs and tablet screens.
Ministry of Education currently studies providing tablet PCs to middle school students: Tarek Shawki
Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 represent technological leap in mobile world
Samsung has revealed that the demand for TVs rose significantly, during 2020, due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as users around the world resorted to domestic alternatives to outdoor activities.
Company posts 9% increase in sales in Q2 of 2020, and expects 30% in Q4
New investments will go towards constructing new factories of computer screens, TV devices
Company to establish $23m computer screen manufacturing line in Beni Suef as part of the investment
According to the report, Huawei ranked second in terms of market shares, with a share of 24.1% in December 2019, up from its share in January of the same year by 4.7%. Huawei’s market share reached 18.8% in January 2019.
Samsung Electronics celebrated a decade of Galaxy S series innovations by presenting the latest premium smartphone: Galaxy S10, according to a press statement on Wednesday. Precisely engineered to deliver next generation experiences across display, camera and performance categories, the Galaxy S10 range is designed for consumers who seek a premium smartphone that takes the mobile experience …
Company also launched first foldable smartphone, Galaxy Fold
Apple lost $500bn in market value in past 3 months, giving title of world’s most prized company to Amazon
Company released their Realme 2 Pro, Realme C1models at competitive prices
Company has not revealed price, but estimated unaffordable for small startups with limited budget
Announcements came during first day of CES 2019
Factory trained over 180 employees: Hassan
Devices have Knox MDM software to secure data, manage content
Huawei continues to march towards top with 17.3% share
Huawei continues to push forward with 16.4% of market
Samsung kept its control over mobile phone sales in Egypt despite fierce competition among other smartphone manufacturers, especially Huawei, which continues to increase its market share for the fifth month in a row. According to a Statcounter report, Samsung had the largest market share of mobile phone sales, with 37.5% in July, down from 38.4% …
Head of the television sector at Samsung Egypt, Kassem Hassan, stated that the company is currently testing to manufacture 82-inch television screens, as well as conducting a series of studies on markets the company exports to, to see how the new screens will be received there. Despite the relative decline in the purchasing power of …
Samsung recovered its lead of the local market of tablets in June after raising its market share to 43.01%, up from 39.2% in May, surpassing Apple. According to a StatCounter report, Apple’s market share in tablet sales fell to 38.14% in June, compared to 41.13% in May—a decline of 3%. Thus, competition is likely to …
Huawei lifts its market share to 16%, Infinix surpasses Lenovo, climbs to fourth place
Many smartphone users often suffer from the high cost of repairing phones at certified maintenance centres after the warranty period. Due to the high cost of buying new smartphones, Samsung has lowered the prices of essential spare parts, such as screens and boards. Samsung Egypt revealed the new prices for its smartphone spare parts, after …
Nokia leaves list, Oppo joins
South Korean prosecutors have raided the headquarters of Samsung Securities amid a probe into a massive stock issuance error. Here’s why 1,000 shares instead of 1,000 won per share can make a huge difference.South Korean law enforcement officers searched Samsung Securities' head office on Monday as part of their investigation into the brokerage's recent fat …
Samsung is the largest smartphone maker in Egypt and the world. The company held 39% of smartphone sales in the Egyptian market at the end of April. Its control over a large share of smartphone sales increases the number of phones in maintenance services compared to the rest of the companies, given Samsung’s large market …
Huawei, Apple compete for second place
Samsung continued to lead the world smartphone market in February, supported by a slight growth in its market share, while Chinese smartphone manufacturers engaged in a fierce competition over the following ranks. According to statistics from web analytics company StatCounter, Samsung’s global market share grew by 0.1%. According to those statistics, Samsung had a market …
Huawei ranks 2nd in terms of market share with 14.1%