Exec In Charge of Samsung Galaxy S6 Calls It Quits
Feb 3, 2015, 8:08 AM by Eric M. Zeman
A senior executive at Samsung, who had been put in charge to launch Samsung's next flagship smartphone, abruptly departed the company this week. Kim Seok-pil was appointed head of strategic marketing for Samsung’s mobile unit in December following a shake up of management. Sources cited by the Wall Street Journal suggest Kim's departure may have been related to health reasons. Kim will be replaced by Lee Sang-chul, who oversees Samsung's business in Russia. Kim held the position for just over a month. It's not clear if or how his departure will impact Samsung's next flagship device, which is expected on March 1 during the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona.
Feb 9, 2022
Samsung today announced its lineup of flagship phones for 2022: the Galaxy S22 series. The top-end S22 Ultra sees the biggest changes as it essentially absorbs Samsung's Note series with an integrated S Pen stylus and a more Note-like shape and design, instead of the Contour Cut design of the other models.
Feb 18, 2021
Samsung today announced the availability of its One UI 3.1 software update, which brings select software features of the new Galaxy S21 series to most higher-end Galaxy phones from 2020 and 2019. New features include an improved " Single Take " camera mode, which captures a variety of still and video formats simultaneously.
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Samsung today announced the US launch of five new phones in the company's affordable Galaxy A series, including three 5G models. The Galaxy A32 5G will be the most affordable 5G model at just $280, and will be exclusive to T-Mobile (and Metro) at launch.
Samsung's declining sales
mercedes c and s class use the same material for the body, why is S class costs twice as much? it' what inside that counts! dumb dumb !