American multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company Qualcomm has been found to have illegally suppressed competition for smartphone processors by holding out the threat of limiting supplies and obtaining excessive licensing fees.
Samsung's S10 5G will be the first 5G smartphone to go on sale in Australia. Set to be available via Telstra and Samsung's own Experience Stores from 28 May, and a free upgrade for select Telstra S10+ customers earlier this year, the S10 5G will also feature a 6.7-inch screen, bigger battery and the promise of "an incredible camera experience".
India's smartphone shipments for the first quarter of 2019 grew by 7.1% year-on-year, the global market intelligence provider IDC says, adding that 32.1 million units were shipped despite a 6% drop in global shipments for the quarter.
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