Samsung takes swipe at Apple's core market

Experts say Korean company's new S4 smartphone could rival its closest competitor, the Apple iPhone.
Last Modified: 14 Mar 2013 17:30

Samsung is set to unveil its latest and most-hyped smartphone at a presentation in New York.

Although, the Korean electronics giant has been accused of borrowing liberally from Apple designs and patents in the past, experts say the follow-up to their S3 device could outdo the rest of the mobile market.

Industry analysts are wondering if the S4 can rival its closest competitor, the iPhone?

Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Cupertino, California.


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