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- Caviar releases the iPhone X with titanium and meteorite-coated body
- Panasonic unveils Eluga I4 mid-ranger
- Microsoft updating OneDrive with better web UI and sharing options
- Rocket Lab’s rocket is launching again soon — and this time it’ll carry satellites to space
- Huawei Mate 10 Plus and another model certified by CCC
The leading tech giants in South Korea Samsung and LG expanded their marketing budget in 2016. Samsung spent $10.2 billion which is a 24% increase compared to 2015 while its main South Korean competitor spent $1.6 billion, a 15% increase year-over-year.
Industry experts commented that Samsung raised expenditures to keep the interest toward its smartphones high despite the Galaxy Note7 fiasco. LG, on the other hand, invested in promoting high-end home electronics.
One of the brightest points in advertising for LG was its Superbowl commercial when US viewers saw a TV spot for the latest LG OLED TV. A spokesperson confirmed marketing budget was raised to “bolster the strategy on super-premium products,” a Korean news agency reported.
Both companies are expected to keep up the aggressive marketing in 2017.
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