Is it time for Samsung to dump it’s handset unit?

Stefan over at Tab Dump posts a stimulating viewpoint today suggesting to that Samsung, “pulls a Qualcomm,” — that is, dump it’s handset business and focus on supplying key components to every other manufacturer.

He has a point, I think. Have a read:

People associate Qualcomm with the Snapdragon platform that powers just about every interesting Android phone currently on the market. Whether we’re talking the $129 Motorola Moto E, the $350 LG Nexus 5, or the $700 Samsung Galaxy S5, they all have a piece of silicon under the hood that was engineered by a bunch of nerds in San Diego.

More via Samsung should pull a Qualcomm — Tab Dump.

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