Samsung has introduced its first foldable smartphone, expected to hit shelves next year. The Galaxy S10 series, which marks the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S series, can also be incorporated with the ear design on the OLED display to keep the full screen.
Both of these technologies sound intriguing, but Samsung is having a lot of internal troubles in the Korean mobile communications sector. Specifically, according to the Korea Herald, DJ Koh – Samsung’s smartphone business executive is looking for ways to divide the mobile division. Otherwise, the company will fall into the downward spiral, and he can also lose his job.
According to internal sources, Koh is being criticized for undermining the competitiveness of Samsung phones. According to the source, the company’s products are also reproached in the company itself.
Samsung’s third-quarter financial results show that the mobile segment only brought in less than $2 billion in operating profit, down 30% quarter-on-quarter and down 10% over the same period last year. Including the existence of the Galaxy Note 9. “Rigid decision-making is the most serious problem in the mobile division,” said one company employee, “This has prevented the company from finding innovative ideas and solutions.”
Samsung has been dominating the Indian market for a while but has been occupied by Xiaomi for several quarters. In China – a huge “smartphone” market, the company accounts for less than 1% of the market and is behind at least five of its manufacturers. Technology experts expect, in the coming time, Samsung can manage to improve this situation. Otherwise, the group may be following Nokia’s “fall track” – with no management capability to recover, losing its dominant position.
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