Samsung will be slaughtered says the ‘Cyanogen CEO’
17 Apr 2015

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CyanogenMod is an open source of operating system for various mobile platforms. Cyanogen CEO, Kirt McMaster says that despite the latest, modified and better version of their phones i.e. Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Samsung company will be soon slaughtered because of the extensive and excruciate war of contention. Cyanogen CEO says that the Korean tech tycoon will be slaughtered in the forthcoming years unless the company didn’t sail harder to prevent the sinking of its ship.

Furthermore, the Cyanogen CEO discusses about the tier companies that these companies like Samsung and others will be slaughtered because there seems no edge of their competition which is because many other companies like Xiaomi and Micromax are capable of competing and winning the war of contention at comparatively cheaper budget.



Cyanogen CEO didn’t exclaim without any observation. His observations were based upon the results obtained in a particular sector of Asian subcontinent i.e. India where Micromax took control over Samsung phones and hence was labeled as the dominant feature phone. This result was acclaimed in approximately 8 months. Due to this observation, authenticate player prediction about Samsung of getting ‘slaughtered in the coming years might come true.

Apple has been showing modification in its series of iPhones and other gadgets due to which it seems to standstill without any obstacles so far. However, without modifications Apple might also flunk.

There was a time where Nokia was amongst the strongest mobile platform and no other platform could standstill against Nokia, but now evidently Nokia has surpassed its peak time and is running with the extreme pace towards downfall among its white collar.


Kirt McMaster

Kirt McMaster has worked in the white collar of a number of mobile platforms and he has been striving for the production of an optimized mobile software that works concordantly on a cheaper and budget friendly hardware based platform.

Consequently, his statements are of extreme significance since his statements are bound of his experience which is of abundance surely.

Somehow, smaller OEMs can certainly gain appreciation and mammoth income because these companies are usually based in third world countries and can give a tough time to all those tier OEMs which offer smartphones on comparatively higher budget. Whereas the locals of a third world country usually are devoid of such high end budget luxury hence they appreciate cheaper phones with more features.  

The mindful companies being cunning like Microsoft and others are investing and aiding these miniature companies so that when these companies actually dance in the limelight they even bolster those companies that were allies with them in their hard times.

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