Samsung JK Shin: we’re not happy with US market share, we like Android, but Windows Phone isn’t selling very well

Samsung JK Shin: we’re not happy with US market share, we like Android, but Windows Phone isn’t selling very well
Just after unveiling the Galaxy S 4, Samsung’s mobile chief JK Shin shared a few thoughts about the company’s position in the United States. A market dominated by the iPhone, the US is different than most of the world where Android is leading the way, and Samsung is not happy.

And that seems to be part of the reason why this S 4 unveiling was held in no other place than New York. There is a lot more than Samsung’s U.S. market share that Shin speaks on, though. Starting from current day affairs like Samsung’s relationship with Google and Microsoft and ending with flexible displays, take a look at some of the answer Shin gave below, and for the full interview go right at the source below.

On U.S. market share:


High-end Galaxy will be the focus for the U.S.:


On Android and Google:



On Microsoft and Windows:



On Bada and Tizen:


On expectations for the year:



On the future and flexible displays:



source: Wall Street Journal

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