Samsung Mobile Phones have really come along way
Samsung Mobile Phones have really come along way. South Korean multinational company headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. Founded by Lee Byung-chul in 1938, as just a trading company. In 30 years diversified into different areas of business, however Samsung got into the electronics industry in the late 1960s, and has increased its global activities, in electronics, particularly in mobile phones; this has become one of its most important sources of income.
As a company Samsung made its first “coming out” into electronics in the 1960s, now wait for it, they provided fridges? yes you read it right, including ovens, laptops, and more recently, Samsung Mobile Phones. Moving away from writing about ovens (and fridges) Samsung phones really made an impact of arrival with The Samsung Galaxy S to the market in 2010....
........exhibiting a touch screen, 5 megapixel rear facing camera and Android’s 2.1 Éclair operating system, 4-inch Screen, Super AMOLED, front-facing camera, with optional Internal storage: 8GB / 16GB, Price at launch: £449.
The Galaxy S, S2, S3, S4, S5, as Samsung Mobiles, are the ones that really set Samsung up as real big player in the smartphones mobile phone industry, by unit sales, in the first quarter of 2012, Samsung became the Earths largest mobile phone maker, going ahead of Nokia, which had been at the top of the market since 1998.
Samsung mobile Phones cover the whole scope of different mobile phone users..........
The Successors of the Galaxy S took Samsung phones to even higher levels with each release, with handsets that broke global sales records including the Galaxy S2, S3, S4, S5, and of course, the big gun Flagships such as the Note range phablets and Tab, Note tablets and not forgetting the Samsung Galaxy Alpha.
Samsung began building the world's largest phone factory in 2012 in the Thai Nguyen province of Vietnam, to make more Samsung Smart Phones, in other words Apple and the rest need to take NOTE (excuse the pun). Samsung has achieved the largest market share of nearly 32% in the world smartphone sector, as of 2013.
Samsung's mobile Phones cover the whole scope of different mobile phone users, smartphones that mirrors and matches the user regardless of budgetary constraints, from entry level Samsung mobiles like the Galaxy Y, right through to Mid-Rangers like the Galaxy Fame to Upper Mid-Range like the Galaxy S3 to the big boys like the Galaxy Note range, S5 and Alpha. With Samsung Mobiles, there is one for everyone.