Lee, the 46-year-old chief executive of Hotel Shilla and daughter of ailing Samsung Group patriarch Lee Kun-hee, received sole custody of their son in the ruling, a spokeswoman for the Seoul family court told Reuters.
Samsung is betting heavily on Note 8 as it is the successor of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.
Oppo began life selling DVD players in the in the southern manufacturing hub of Dongguan a little more than a decade ago and only broke into the handset market in 2011.
The service, which was launched in March this year in India, allows users to just tap and pay using the debit/credit cards and wallets stored on their mobile devices.
The Korean chaebol said that the investment would position the Noida plant as a major production hub and create about 5,000 new jobs.
As per reports, the Calfornia-based company will cut the price of iPhone 5s that was launched in 2013. Interestingly, the iPhone 5s is still quite popular in the Indian market despite being launched four years ago.
Phones sold by carriers are sometimes locked to a carrier's network, meaning it might not work when customers switch to a rival or get a separate phone plan when travelling abroad.
The company, which today launched Smart QLED TV here to strengthen it's position in the premium segment, is expecting panels of 40 inches and above to drive majority sales.
The launch of the device is a key step for the South Korean tech firm as it seeks to move on from last year's humiliating withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7 over exploding batteries, which hammered the firm's once-stellar reputation.
The device, unveiled in New York last month and a challenge to Apple's iPhone, is the firm's first major launch since last year's humiliating withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7 over exploding batteries.
The handset will be available in two versions -- Galaxy S 8 and Galaxy S8 Plus (Rs 64,900). The devices will be available at select retail outlets and online exclusively on Samsung Shop and Flipkart from May 5, 2017. Pre-booking for the phones begins today.
The Galaxy S8 is the South Korean company’s first flagship product since the ‘exploding’ Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year
Indian consumers will now have to pay less for their LED TVs, thanks to the steep appreciation of the domestic currency against the US dollar. However, other home appliances are dearer.
According to the annual report of Office of the Controller General of patents, designs, trademarks and geographical indications, the other top applicants include premier Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs) and HCL Technologies.
A bound and handcuffed Lee Jae-Yong, the vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics, arrived at the Seoul Central District Court as his trial opened today.
South Korean giant Samsung has regained top spot as India's most trusted brand in 2017, according to the Brand Trust Report. The consumer electronics company jumped 17 spots from its 2016 ranking.
Air-conditioner makers are betting on the early onset of summer to boost sales, with firms like Carrier Midea, Panasonic, Daikin, LG, Godrej and Samsung eyeing up to 30 per cent growth.
Google and Amazon joined a list of potential buyers eyeing Toshiba's lucrative memory chip business as the Japanese conglomerate seeks bidders to cover huge losses, a newspaper said today.
The South Korean giant's mobile chief DJ Koh told a New York event the Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets marked "a new era of smartphone design."
Two versions of the Galaxy S8, code-named Dream internally, were launched at a media event in New York on Wednesday, with 6.2-inch (15.75 cm) and 5.8-inch curved screens - the largest to date for Samsung's premium smartphones.
Besides excitement over new features the Galaxy S8 is expected to debut, all eyes are on whether the electronics giant's latest offering will restore trust among its customer base as Samsung's competitors attempt to ramp up their share of the market.
Samsung Electronics was forced to discontinue the Galaxy Note 7, originally intended to compete with Apple's iPhone, after a chaotic recall that saw replacement devices also catching fire.
Samsung says it's considering bringing the recalled units back to market. The company says it will first consult regulatory authorities and carriers and assess local demand.
It's always high stakes for the companies, but perhaps more than ever, the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 on Wednesday, and the anniversary edition of the iPhone later this year, could be the most important smartphone launches ever for both companies.
In the steepest cut ever, LG, Samsung and Sony have slashed prices by as much as 15 percent in a bid to gain market share, according to a report in The Economic Times.