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Samsung invests heavily on Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F innovations – BGR

Samsung's mobile division has not done as well as late. The Galaxy S9 and Not 9 phones should be exciting…

Samsung’s mobile division has not done as well as late. The Galaxy S9 and Not 9 phones should be exciting according to 2018 standards, as they provide users with good patterns and camera experiences, as well as top-level hardware. But the phones are too “boring” compared with their predecessors, which explains why Samsung’s revenue has been held back by its smartphone business in recent quarters.

There are some great news for fans, but: It seems that everyone in the mobile division knows the press to deliver groundbreaking innovations next year when flagships like the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F finally arrive.

Samsung’s mobile division reported a $ 2.2 billion ($ 1

.95 billion) operating profit for the third quarter or 30% decrease compared to the second quarter of 2018. According to Korea Herald Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh sent one corporate announcement to managers and employees who say “sorry for the current fighting status of Samsung’s smartphone business and will do my best to overcome the crisis with the upcoming Galaxy 10 and folding phones.”

There are increasing speculation about Koh’s own position may be foolish when Samsung approaches its crew at the end of the year. Exec, who recently previewed the Galaxy F on the stage at SDC18, was criticized internally for Samsung’s weakening’s competitiveness in the mobile market. Among the complaints, Samsung Vice President Jay Y. Lee ordered camera improvements on Samsung phones after visiting a store in Europe.

A senior official said Lee would not take into account comments. “The latest comments from Vice President Lee did not deal with any defect with our technology but about camera functions like wide-angle functionality compared to competitors’ products. CEO Koh said he should listen to consumer voices and reflect more on product development more actively to better understand meet their needs. “

” Koh’s message seemed to show how much of a critical position Samsung’s mobile company is in. The atmosphere within the company is currently serious when we hear external criticism of the products, told an insider The Herald . “A top-down and rigid decision-making system is the most serious issue in Samsung’s mobile division, which prevents the company from finding innovative ideas and solutions that would satisfy the market,” says another.

Galaxy 10 and Galaxy F are all to take over different innovations that are not available on competing units. Tel The Ephesians will contain new patterns, with the Galaxy S10 rumored to have a built-in screen and a built-in fingerprint sensor. Galaxy F, meanwhile, will have a double-sided screen, with a smaller screen sitting on the outside of the phone and a larger folding screen placed inside.

The phones are expected to be revealed during the first months of the year and should both start before April.

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