SUWON, South Korea (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co plans to sell a variation of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone that will transmit data at nearly twice the normal speed, the head of its mobile business said on Monday. J.K. Shin, also co-chief executive of the world's biggest technology firm by revenue, said the phone would be sold in South Korea as early as this month.
Verizon Communications Inc. has good news for Samsung fans who want to get their grips on the electronics giant's latest devices. Verizon announced it will begin taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge starting April 1, while Samsung announced at the recent Mobile World Congress 2015 that it would launch the devices April 10.
Samsung will unwrap its latest blockbuster smartphone, the Galaxy S4, at the Radio City music hall in New York on Thursday evening as the South Korean phonemaker tries to bring the fight to Apple's home market.