Galaxy S22 Ultra and A13 are Samsung’s best-sellers in North America

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Very last up-to-date: August 23rd, 2022 at 19:21 UTC+02:00

Amidst the financial slowdown and reducing buyer assurance, smartphone shipments in North The united states through Q2 2022 dropped 6.4% on-12 months. However, thanks to strong Galaxy S and lower-close Galaxy A product sales, Samsung managed to ship 4% far more gadgets in contrast to Q2 2021.

The North American smartphone market recorded 35.4 million shipments in whole in the next quarter of this yr. Even though Apple led the phase, Samsung was the 2nd-biggest smartphone vendor in North The usa in Q2. The firm shipped 9 million smartphones (up from

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Xiaomi 12S Ultra: From an iPhone clone to a global powerhouse – the student becomes the master?

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For those who don’t know, Xiaomi is much more than just a smartphone company. Sort of like Samsung, the Chinese brand makes/produces home appliances, but it also has a bunch of “side hustles’, like the Xiaomi Electric scooter (one of the best-selling electric scooters worldwide), and, more recently, a prototype EV set to be unveiled by the end of August.All that aside, of course, I’d like to focus on Xiaomi’s phones, which started off with… well, not with a phone, but with a customizable launcher called MIUI. But over ten years later, Xiaomi’s reached this very point where other brands
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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra leak points to the camera phone of my nightmares

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When I hear rumors of super-high-res cameras coming to devices like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and upcoming Motorola phones, I often think back to the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. That was the first mobile to have a 108MP sensor, and it’s one of my favorite camera phones I’ve tested – but as time goes on, I realise that my opinion was in spite of that high-res sensor, not because of it.

Three years on from the Mi Note 10’s launch, 108MP cameras are becoming commonplace in smartphones. From budget devices like the Realme 9 4G, all the way up

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