Samsung mobile division replaces director




Samsung has replaced the chief executive of its mobile division. JK Shin was since 2009 the chief of the mobile arm of the South Korean conglomerate, but Samsung is there now Koh Dong Jin down this year, which worked on include the Galaxy S6 series.

JK Shin Bloomberg makes mention of the changing of the guard and on the website of Samsung stands Shin remains in his post until March 2016. Under Shin Samsung experienced its peak around 2012 to date in the mobile market, but things went slightly since then less. Nevertheless, Samsung is still the largest smartphone maker, and only Apple makes more profit by producing smartphones. \

Shin was known from the presentations he gave, in which he invariably announced a new device, even though he is not a natural presenter. He joked about it at the presentation of the Galaxy S6 Edge + last August which public speaking “his true passion ‘is. Because Samsung Unpacked many presentations in his series of announcements is broadcast as live streams, many Samsung fans will have seen the presentations of Shin.

Dong-Jin Koh is currently the head of the R & D department of cell division and was therefore responsible for some of the design of the Galaxy S6 series this year. It is unknown what changes he wants to make the South Korean manufacturer’s strategy. The head of the mobile division is one of three co-CEOs of Samsung.


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