Samsung faces into a ‘window of golden opportunity’
The phone maker’s flagship offering provides consumers with choice and addresses affordability concerns, while the company itself is perfectly positioned to take advantage of 5G
When things are normal, Conor Pierce splits his time between Shankill in Dublin with his family on weekends, and Sunningdale near Windsor in England during the week.
Things were still normal when the Samsung Mobile corporate vice-president for Britain and Ireland sat down to talk to the Business Post about what promises to be an exciting year for the phone maker in the consumer space, irrespective of the global Covid-19 crisis.
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