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  • Samsung shifts focus to high-end manufacturing

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is shifting its focus in China to high-end manufacturing and cutting-edge technology sectors like semiconductors and electric vehicle batteries, while deciding to shut down its television factory in Tianjin.


  • Huawei overtakes Samsung in global smartphone shipments in Q2: report

    Huawei overtook Samsung in global smartphone shipments in the second quarter of 2020, marking the first time in nine years that a company other than Samsung or Apple has led the market, according to the latest report from global technology market analyst firm Canalys.


  • Samsung Electronics posts growth in Q1 operating profit

    Samsung Electronics, South Korea's tech behemoth, posted a growth in the first-quarter operating profit, the company said Wednesday.


  • Samsung chip plant in China achieves full capacity amid epidemic

    The first phase of Samsung's chip plant in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, achieved its full capacity of 130,000 memory chips per month in both January and February, according to Samsung China Semiconductor Co., Ltd.


  • Huawei, Samsung resolve patent disputes

    Chinese tech giant Huawei and its rival Samsung in the Republic of Korea have settled their long-standing patent infringement disputes with a framework agreement, a local Chinese court said Tuesday.


  • Samsung to invest 2.4 bln USD on capacitor, battery plants in China

    Global electronics giant Samsung will invest 2.4 billion U.S. dollars to build new battery and capacitor plants in northern China's Tianjin, according to local authorities.


  • Samsung starts building new chip production line in Xi'an

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd began building a new memory chip production line in Xi'an, capital of Northwest China's Shaanxi province on Wednesday, as the tech giant ramps up efforts to boost NAND flash chip technology to meet future demand.


  • Samsung to create 300-mln-USD fund for autonomous driving, connected car

    Samsung Electronics, South Korea's tech behemoth, said Thursday that it will create a fund of 300 million U.S. dollars to invest in technologies of autonomous driving and connected car.


  • Samsung to invest 7 bln dollars in China chip plant

    Samsung Electronics Co. signed agreement Wednesday with the government of northwest China's Shaanxi Province to expand its chip production capacity there.


  • Samsung's Q2 profit hits record high on chip sales, smartphone recovery

    Samsung Electronics, the world's largest maker of semiconductors, smartphones and TVs, posted its record quarterly high of operating profit in the second quarter thanks to brisk chip sales and recovering smartphone sales.


  • Samsung to compensate Chinese consumer for Note 7 fire

    A court in Shanghai ruled on Wednesday that Samsung should compensate a Chinese consumer whose Note 7 smartphone caught fire ten days after purchase.


  • S. Korean court issues arrest warrant for Samsung heir on bribery charges

    A South Korean court on Friday issued an arrest warrant for the heir apparent of Samsung Group, the country's largest family-controlled conglomerate, on bribery charges linked to the corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hy


  • Samsung plant in Tianjin denies fire caused by lithium batteries

    Samsung China said the minor fire at a waste warehouse in Tianjin was not caused by lithium batteries as speculated.


  • Samsung says faulty battery causes Galaxy Note 7 to catch fire

    Samsung Electronics said Monday that faulty battery caused its flagship Galaxy Note 7 to catch fire after discontinuing the fire-prone device more than three months ago.


  • Samsung posts third-biggest quarterly profit in Q4 on chip sales

    Samsung Electronics posted the third-biggest operating profit in the company's history thanks to brisk sales in semiconductors, a regulatory filing showed on Tuesday.


  • Uncertainty remains over Samsung's wish to restore consumer trust after Note 7 debacle

    Samsung Electronics announced its independent investigation result on Monday over its fiery Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, but uncertainties remain about its wish to restore consumer trust following one of the largest debacles in tech history.


  • Samsung profit in Q4 rises hefty 50 percent

    Samsung Electronics underscored the resilience of business when it reported its best operating profit in three years, weathering the death of its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 with the help of its workmanlike chip and display divisions and cheaper smartphones.


  • Samsung sets output target for Galaxy S8

    Samsung Electronics Co has set an initial production target of 10 million Galaxy S8 smartphones, South Korea's Electronic Times reported on Thursday, citing sources.


  • Samsung Electronics to reveal results of Galaxy Note 7 probe

    Samsung Electronics Co will announce this month the results of an investigation into what caused some of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire, the JoongAng Ilbo newspaper reported on Monday, citing unidentified sources.


  • Samsung retrieves over 90 pct of Galaxy Note 7 sold in S.Korea

    Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday that it has retrieved over 90 percent of fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in South Korea, leading the company to consider software upgrades to further limit the battery-charging capability.


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