Two weeks ago to the day, Samsung kicked off their unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but more importantly, they introduced the world to the latest and most up-to-date version of Google’s popular mobile platform – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Kicking things off at their Hong Kong press event, which was streamed live for the whole world to watch, Samsung Mobile’s PR Director for the US, Kim Titus, started things off by leading the introduction. For those in the industry, Kim Titus is well known for taking charge of Samsung’s other press events, which includes things like the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S II, Galaxy Tab 10.1, and many others.
However, it seems as though something must’ve happened in the two weeks since then – that’s because he’s no longer a part of Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile). Currently, it’s not known whether he departed on his own terms, or rather, being pushed out from the position. In any event, the move/change is effective immediately. However, it’s worth noting that “Samsung thanks Kim for his contributions and wishes him well in his future endeavors.”
Being the go to person for Samsung Mobile US, he’s played a key part in many of the company’s biggest hits – so yeah, his contributions have been felt profoundly.