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Who will win the battle between Apple, RIMM and Samsung

March 15, 2013 by Melissa Michaels in Technology with 0 Comments

Northern, WI 03/15/2013 (gdpwatch) – The battle for supremacy amongst the world’s smart phone producers is heating up as Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Research in Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY), and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (KRX:005935) all have put their best foot forward with new generations of their smart phone technology. Who will win the battle between these mobile communication giants will be decided later this year as consumers decide between Apple Inc.’s iPhone 5, Research in Motion Ltd.’s BlackBerry 10 and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.’s Samsung Galaxy S IV smart phones.

It appears that the race for the moment is between Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd and Research in Motion Ltd., with Apple Inc. not too far behind. Each company has released their new and improved models with all of the bells and whistles that consumers are looking for so personal preference and brand loyalty will more than likely drive buying decisions.

Apple Inc, based in Cupertino, California, is reacting to news of an order of 1 million units of the BlackBerry 10. The company is also battling Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. over the new Galaxy S IV smartphone, presented to the public on March 14. Apple was first to release its redesigned iPhone 5, which has not sold as well as expected, although it still is the number 1 selling smart phone.

Research in Motion Ltd. while doing business under it’s the name BlackBerry, is excited over the sales of its new touch screen model, the BlackBerry 10. This news is coupled with advanced sales by AT&T (NYSE:T) and the decision by Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) to sell the smart phone later in March.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. unveiled its Samsung Galaxy S IV at an event held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on March 14. Information about the new smart phone is expected to be released on March 14 at an event booked at the famous Radio Hall Music Hall in New York City, New York.

The new phone will allegedly have a screen around 5 inches larger than that of the prior model, the Samsung Galaxy S III smart phone. An eye scrolling technology was to be included with the new smart phone, however company officials say this feature will not be featured in this model of the Galaxy. The company looks to ship initially 10 million orders for the smart phone worldwide.

Shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) were up by 2.55% and currently trading at $443.55.

Shares of Research in Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY) were down by 1.16% and currently trading at $14.89.

Shares of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (KRX:005935) were down by 1.58% and currently trading at 870,000 South Korean won.

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About Melissa Michaels

Melissa Michaels joined the NBC Connecticut news team in October 2007. Monica began her career as a general assignment reporter for WCTV in Tallahassee, Florida. During her career, she's covered big stories like the Joseph Smith murder trial. The trial received national attention after a car wash surveillance tape of Smith abducting 12 year old Carlie Brucia became prosecutor's main piece of evidence against him. She contributed to news coverage that gave the station several AP awards, including best continuing coverage.

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