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Bhola_#1
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re: Samsung to boost investments
Bhola_#1   1/7/2011 12:02:15 AM
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It was one time thing. Its all gone. But I agree with Android ramping up in faster speed as compared to iphone. Further, as per my understanding Samsung lowered its investment in memory. Can you share the link where Samsung provides the stats.

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Baolt   1/6/2011 10:56:59 PM
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in addings to @yalanand any prediction about android and its future? Its going to rock the market, where we just see iPhone troubles only. Most recent one, alarm-clock disaster.

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yalanand   1/6/2011 4:13:25 AM
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True, I own Samsun Galaxy, its display and touch is just amazing and the phone and costs 40% of basic iPhone. Definitely Samsung is marking inroads.

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selinz   1/5/2011 11:55:44 PM
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Samsung shipping 5 million galaxy phones is driven by those displays. When two of my workmates were comparing a iPhone "retina" display to the "OLED" display of the Galaxy, the latter was much more "spectacular." 8million iPhones versus 5 million galaxy's? I'd say they are making some inroads.

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chanj0   1/5/2011 4:58:27 PM
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The increase in investment on display technology seems like a logical move. OLED will continue to improve and the market will continue to grow in the year to come. Any information on investment in 3D technology? According to NYTimes, the sales of 3D TV in 2010 was disappointing. Will 3D TV continue to be one of the major investment in 2011 among all TV makers?

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GREATTerry   1/5/2011 4:00:44 PM
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Samsung is great in display and memory business. I think display business is more rewarding as it is really a leader and only a few Japanese can compete with.



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