“Apple’s not the only one with hostilities toward Sammy. Foxconn, one of Apple’s primary contract manufacturers, also dreams of bringing Samsung to its knees. Foxconn CEO Terry Gou recently said that its partnership with Japan’s Sharp would help it intensify competition with Samsung,” Niu writes. “Foxconn took a roughly 10% stake in Sharp for about $800 million in March, and Gou personally just acquired a 46.5% stake in one of Sharp’s LCD panel plants.”
Niu writes, “Samsung’s newest Galaxy flagship, the S III, has just launched to much anticipation…”
MacDailyNews Take: Yeah, it’s on fire. Literally:
Niu writes, “Gou isn’t impressed, though. He says smartphone buyers should hold off and wait for the next-generation iPhone, which is expected in either September or October, adding that ‘The new model will put Samsung’s Galaxy III to shame.’”
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