Korean super conglomerate Samsung is often featured in the press for its amazing phones, many of which are considered the best smartphone models on the market today. Almost everything about them is spot on in terms of designs and functionality, and the company never shies away from cutting-edge technology.
But in its home country, and around the world Samsung manufactures everything from televisions to refrigerators, as well as optical equipment and component parts. Indeed, it is probably quite difficult to name a sector that Samsung does have some stake in whether it is construction or chemicals.
Currently, the imaging sensor business is dominated by Japan’s Sony, but Samsung wants to end that reign and establish themselves on top of the sector according to a report from The Phoblographer.
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