South Korea's Samsung Electronics is considering a deal with Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei Technologies whereby the former would help the Chinese firm obtain its requirement of advanced semiconductors in exchange for Huawei ceding a part of its smartphone market share to Samsung.
South Korean digital behemoth Samsung Electronics says it has begun mass production of the world's first one-terabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1, for use in next-generation mobile applications.
We recently spoke to Mark Hodgson, head of Samsung Pay in Australia, who shared his thoughts on the convenience of mobile wallets; in the meantime, Samsung has announced 1.3 billion Samsung Pay transactions.
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