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S Korean Samsung unveils Galaxy S6 to take on US Apple’s iPhone6

South Korean electronics giant Samsung on Monday unveiled its much-awaited Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones and would sell them in India from April 10 to compete with rival iPhone6. The sixth edition of the flagship devices Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be available in 20 markets, including India from April 10.

Speaking at its launch during the Mobile World Congress, Samsung CEO and Head of IT and Mobile Division J K Shin said: “People want best in class performance and best in class design. That is what we have done with these new phones.”

According to research firm IDC, Samsung leads the global smartphone market. In October-December 2014, Samsung had a 20.01 per cent share, compared to Apple’s 19.85 per cent share.
The smartphones have 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen that offers a pixel density of 577 pixel per inch.

Huawei unveils Android watch

Chinese technology major Huawei has unveiled its maiden smartwatch as it looks to compete with global giants like Samsung, Apple and Motorola in the nascent, but growing wearables market. ‘Huawei Watch’ has been launched in classic, business and sporty versions powered by Google’s Android Wear operating system. Featuring the lead of Motorola, Huawei has also chosen to go with the round-face look.
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