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India's biggest mobile maker has plans to expand to Europe with this, its latest Android smart phone.
The Indian company is making its US debut with the convertible tablet.
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The South Korean company warned that its third-quarter operating profit would tumble 60 percent but said it would introduce new smartphones to attract customers in new segments. Will it be enough?
The search giant's plan for conquering the cost-conscious hardware space bears fruit with three new devices -- Spice, Micromax, and Karbonn -- from India-based handset makers.
Having filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, ongoing troubles at Pantech have forced the company to seek a full buyout.
The search giant is aiming to bring phones that cost less than $100 to "the next five billion" in the emerging markets. First stop: India.
Micromax, a five-year-old Indian company, now leads the handset market in that country, but it's not all bad news for Samsung there.
With local smartphone makers in China and India toppling Samsung, the company is feeling the heat in the fastest-growing markets.
The third largest phone maker in Korea continues to post losses while still owing debt to various entities, including Korea's three carriers.