CEO J.K Shin denies Galaxy Note 5 July release date, insists Galaxy S6 sales are fine
A couple of days ago, we informed you of a rumor which cited Samsung shifting the release date of their upcoming Galaxy Note 5 phablet nearer to July. The report had it that Samsung is trying to avoid a collusion with Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus launch in order to avert poor sales of their own flagship hitherto a clash.
Interviewed by journalists at company headquarters in South Korea on May 20, Samsung Electronics’ CEO, J.K Shin, has denied the reports and rubbished the allegations that the company’s Samsung Galaxy S6 is experiencing sluggish sales which could be slower than that of last year’s Galaxy S5’s.
The Samsung executive maintained that sales of Samsung Galaxy S6 and curved Samsung Galaxy S6 edge will be a major driving factor for his company this year.
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