Samsung CEO claims the company will be the market leader for the next decade
There is a major battle for the title of the largest smartphone maker - Huawei is taking some serious steps and may overtake Samsung, which is the current leader. Chinese company has claimed that it’s committed to take the title away from the Korean competitor, but the response is the first one ever. DJ Koh, Samsung CEO, is claiming that his firm will be the next decade’s leader.
In response to the question of the chance of Samsung losing the first place, Koh claimed that his firm will continue to focus on offering innovative and high-quality products in the coming decade.
Despite a decline in international sales, the Korean giant is convinced that its folding phones are a success, and the company head believes that they will bring on an entirely new wave of user experience. Koh also confirmed that Samsung has been involved in serious work on improving the screen of Galaxy Fold, so that all the issues that users encounter may be eliminated.
Another thing Koh said is that his company will offer its foldable model to a greater number of customers, however neither prices nor the time-frame have been revealed yet. There’s also a beta-version of the French Bixby voice assistant in the works, and is slated to make its first public appearance soon.Source