Tech giant, Samsung has appointed a new mobile chief, Roh Tae-moon
Tae-moon is taking over from the former head of mobile telephony DJ Koh who will continue to lead Samsung’s IT and mobile communications (IM) division, which includes both mobile devices and network equipment.
According to Bloomberg, Tae-moon, 52, is an engineering expert who is accurate about phone features.
Tae-moon who joined the company in 1997 is a key player in the research and development of the Galaxy device lineups. Reuters giving more details about him said he has been very effective in cutting costs.
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For the records, Samsung continues to dominate the mobile hand market share globally and Tae-moon will be tasked with growing important markets like China and India as well as making Samsung’s foldable successful after Samsung stumbled with the Galaxy Fold.
It will be recalled that Samsung is expected to unveil its second-generation foldable alongside its new Galaxy S20 flagship series of phones at an event on February 11th in San Francisco.
We hope Tae-moon is able to make Samsung Electronics proud and also take it to greater heights.