How Apple and Samsung have built a global mobile phone empire

Apple and Google have long been considered the leaders in mobile phone technology, but they are now competing in a global marketplace where rivals like Samsung are ramping up their efforts.

Apple is now one of the biggest players in the world of smartphones, with over 100 million devices shipped worldwide.

The company is also the world’s second largest maker of computers and the world the biggest consumer of smartphones.

Google is the market leader in the internet of things, a new category of devices that incorporate sensors, cameras, and other electronic components.

Samsung is one of a few companies that can claim to be the world leader in wearable tech.

Samsung’s smartphone line-up has gone through a number of iterations since the launch of the Galaxy S7, but the first model to feature a fingerprint scanner was introduced in 2016.

It was called the Galaxy Note 7.

It has a 13MP camera, 5.5-inch display, a Snapdragon 835 chipset, and 64GB of storage.

It comes with a 4,000mAh battery.

Samsung had launched the Galaxy E7 in 2020 and the Galaxy SE7 in 2022.

The E7+ launched in 2021 and the E7, with the exception of the fingerprint scanner, launched in 2022, a year before the Galaxy X and X+ smartphones.

It is Samsung’s flagship smartphone, and it was released on August 25, 2018.

The Samsung Galaxy E8, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are also among the first smartphones to feature the fingerprint sensor, but it does not appear to be a feature that has become common in any of the devices launched this year.