Samsung has gone through a remarkable accomplishment from just being a manufacturer of consumer electronics in the 1970s and the 1980s, to being the biggest seller of memory chips and LCDs. In fact, you will see a lot of Samsung memory chips and LCDs used in your PCs, smartphones, and music players, to store data and to give you high-resolution displays. At present, Samsung is the number one seller of television sets in the world and is ranked number two in smartphone sales.
Apple might have filed a patent infringement suit against Samsung, saying that there is too much resemblance in the design, user interface and packaging of the Galaxy tab with Apple iPad. However, Apple should not forget that Samsung is their key supplier of chips, which they use in their smart devices. Samsung has also filed a patent suit against Apple for violating the 3G technology of Samsung. In fact in Netherlands, Samsung has asked the court to ban Apple from selling their iPads and iPhones since Apple has gone against the patents of Samsung.
Samsung, a Korean brand, is a leading innovator in technology. Be it design, concept, or creativity, the company offers everything in its products. The company can enchant its users with new designs and technology. The company’s latest smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S II, has been selling like wildfire. It has crossed 10 million in sales and still continues to sell. Its Galaxy Tab might have created many controversies because of its clash with Apple iPad but it is in high demand posing as a threat to Apple.
Samsung is also coming up with many new innovative products, which will be released soon. Samsung Galaxy Skin is one of them, which will be launched by the second quarter of 2012. It is an unbreakable smartphone, which can be rolled, bended, and you can even hit it with a hammer. Samsung has also announced that they will be launching a new tablet based on the latest operating system by Microsoft, that is, Windows 8.
Gee-Sung Choi, vice president and CEO of Samsung, said ”Samsung is dedicated to being a globally respected company and a trusted corporate citizen - one that delivers new value through continuous innovation, and that fulfills its responsibility to the community and its stakeholders that have enabled it to succeed.” Samsung had shipped 17.3 million smartphones for a market share of 16.2 percent. Samsung has also announced a new vision called “Inspire the world, Create the future.” The company aims to register a whopping revenue of $400 billion by 2012.
These are just some of the latest innovative technologies and ideas by Samsung, with more yet to come. These aspects, justifiably make Samsung the leading innovative electronics company when it comes to wireless communication technology and it will continue to occupy this position even in the future.