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In response to the impact of Chinese manufacturers, Li Zairong will reorganize Samsung mobile phones

via:环球科技     time:2018/7/10 14:07:58     readed:210


The media said Samsung had to reorganize its smartphone business sector because of its disappointing performance in the smartphone market.

According to a research report released by Strategy Analytics, Samsung's Galaxy S9 is the worst performing smartphone after Galaxy S3, and Samsung's market share has declined by 0.1%, and from China.HUAWEIAnd Xiaomi's market share increased by 1.6% during this period.

In addition, recently, it has been reported that apple (Apple)IPhone8 sales exceeded Samsung's Galaxy S9. This worries Samsung, and now the Korean technology giant will take new measures to deal with the sluggish smartphone market.

Samsung plans to launch three new Galaxy S smartphones next year, including the Galaxy S10 Galaxy S10 and a cheaper Galaxy S10, according to foreign media. The latter is expected to be the first entry-level Galaxy S model. The Galaxy S10 will feature a rear three camera system and a front dual camera system. The rear three camera system will use the same wide angle lens and long focus lens as the S9, and a new 120 °wide angle lens will be added. The new machine will feature off-screen fingerprint recognition and 3 D facial recognition similar to face ID. In addition to these two biometric options, Samsung appears to be planning to remove iris recognition.

Meanwhile, foreign media pointed out that Samsung's executives are returning to the global hardware.DevelopmentField. It was said that Li Zairong had made a major reform in management and appointed Park Gil-Jae as the head of global hardware development in Samsung headquarters, before Park Gil-Jae was responsible for the development of high-end Galaxy S and the mid - end Galaxy A series smartphones.

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