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Exec In Charge of Samsung Galaxy S6 Calls It Quits

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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.


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Feb 3, 2015, 12:09 PM

Samsung's declining sales

Shouldn't surprise anyone given the lousy phone build quality, sluggish software updates, crap plastics, and awful software.
only a LOSER care what material phone made of.
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 !
Of course you think every phone is crap except the iPhone.....so these endless complaints of yours about every other phone on the market are simply impossible to take seriously. 🙄
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