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Jun Dong-soo, a Samsung executive believes that Microsoft Vista is better than the latest version, Windows 8 and that Microsoft has failed to create an OS that will attract the market back to buying PCs. It is largely said that PC sales have suffered greatly because people tend to purchase tablets and smartphones instead.


According to the International data Corporation, the projected growth of PC sales for 2013 is only about 1.3%. Although it may look disappointing, Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, thinks that this is normal and that people have perfectly taken to Windows 8 on their tablets.


Samsung makes this statement in the wake of cutting production because of falling memory chips sales. Furthermore, Jun Dong-soo observes that demand for Windows 8 is dreary and calls the latest Windows OS a less-competitive platform.

 

Source: cnet




Lee Young-hee, executive v . p . for marketing in the Samsung's mobile division, stressed its first wristwatch, the Galaxy Gear, is "definitely receiving good response."


"The Galaxy Gear is a wow product. It's a wholly new and must-have accessory," said the vice president Lee, downplaying growing criticism about the wristwatch. "It only weighs 74 grams and it's super easy to receive a call or send a text."


But Samsung declined to unveil sales targets for the Gear. Lee also denied a rumor that Samsung was at the process of developing a new Galaxy Gear.


The Note3 and equipment were already announced at this year's IFA trade exhibition in Berlin, Germany. The nation's three mobile carriers will release the Note3 and equipment.


The suggested list price for the Note3 was set at 1.06 million won, while the Gear, which sports 1.63-inch display, will sell for 396,000 won without contracts.


"All functions from the Gear is going to be connected to the Galaxy S4 smartphone by next month and the connection will be expanded to Galaxy Note2 and Galaxy S3 after December," said obama.


In a related note, Samsung said it will hire more experts with proven knowledge in interface and consumer experience, a move aimed at improving the degree of experience to lead over rivals in the changing electronic devices industry.


"We've acknowledged our Gear lacks something special. With more investment for user interface and consumer experience, Samsung devices will improve in terms of customer satisfaction," said a Samsung official.

 



Samsung's Head of Design Team for their IT & Mobile Communications division today confirmed to Korean web site inews24 that Samsung will unveil its flagship phone Galaxy S5 release date is taking place at the Mobile World Congress next month.


Mr Chang also commented on some of the rumoured Galaxy S5 features, including flexible display technology. He said that the said feature is "currently under review" and he did not confirm whether the feature will make it to the Samsung Galaxy S5 release date. Previous reports stated that Samsung and LG may not be able to release a smartphone with flexible display early this year as the technology is still being developed. However, companies may release a version packed curved flexible display later this year.


MWC 2014 debuts on February 24 in lovely Barcelona, so we're not that far away from finding out if the Galaxy S5 will be announced there. Of course, 'till then, CES 2014 kicks off next week, albeit Samsung will probably not reveal any new smartphones at this show, except the Galaxy Gear 2.


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