This week it's Samsung week... a firm we've neglected so far on the podcast despite it recently becoming the world's largest phone manufacturer. As the Galaxy S3 launches around the world to record pre-orders the team discuss Samsung, its recent stellar performance and the challenges of the future.
Are 9m pre-orders 'enough'? What does Samsung stand for? Can they repeat the success of the Galaxy S2? And can they continue to grow using Google's Android as a platform?
Also, don't forget on Monday June 11th Rafe, Ben and Ewan are hosting a 361 Degrees event in London. The format will be based on the BBC's "Question Time", with a panel of invited mobile experts answering questions from the audience.
There will also be a free bar before and after the event - thanks to Nokia for sponsoring this. There are very few tickets left now, so if you would like to come along, please register here.
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361 Degrees is a podcast all about mobile technology. From consumer to enterprise and from fun to industry analysis, we investigate and discuss mobile technology and the mobile industry.