The companies associated with supplying the guts of Apple's smartphone technology had been on the rise in trading ahead of the Cupertino product launch. Both the companies have unveiled their flagship models for this year and are on the verge of releasing them in the global markets.
A little-known Chinese startup called Moxi said in May 2016 it would launch wraparound black-and-white phones made of graphene by the end the year.
Sprint's counter-offer is here, but unfortunately it's a tepid trade-in offer that barely even qualifies as an offer at all.
This week was eventful to say the least. Samsung acquired the Stamford, Connecticut-based company last year as part of its plans to expand in the emerging market for connected cars.
So, with Apple about to unveil one of its most radical new smartphones in years, Samsung appears keen to lure some Apple fans away before it's launched.
The company is reportedly thinking about a phone with a bendable display. Multiply that by the 18 lease payments you'll be making, and you'll be saving $270 over the term of the device.
Now that Samsung and Apple have opened their cards, it is time for Google to unfold its pack.
The new Samsung has two camera lenses on the back - one regular, and one zoom.
In fact, many look at the iPhone X and think Apple is playing catch-up. It's bigger, brighter, and doesn't have a big cutout at the top like the iPhone X. In this spot, two people meet from across the room thanks to the messaging system. Currently, manufacturers reached a spot from where it is quite hard to deliver anything revolutionary. Specifically, the new update is aimed at improving three areas: it will see performance enhancements, besides marked improvements aimed at the wireless charging feature.