Back in September Samsung sold its printer business to HP, and a shocking revelation from South Korea today claims it might do the same with its PC division. According to a report from a local news source in Samsung's home country, the company has been in secret talks with Lenovo for the past few months, with the aim of selling its PC business to the Chinese company.
Some Korean analysts peg the sales value at 1 trillion won (around $850 million), but the final number can obviously be wildly different.
The printer business was sold because through its most recent reorganization Samsung wants to focus more on its core divisions, but also for the fact that printers aren't really breaking sales records anymore. Similarly, the PC market has been slowly shrinking over the past few years, and for the long run it might not be worth it for Samsung to invest in this area anymore. The company has chosen not to comment on this matter.
What next? Dry Cleaners, AC them TVs. They should focus only on TVs smart-phones n watches, tabs and SoC.
I had the Moto G 1st gen and the minimum brightness is almost the same. You should install an app to enable night mode on your device.
Printer business. Lol. The world is racing towards paperless environment so, Samsung knew printer wouldn't do any good. Pc business. Yeah, just let it go Samsung. Their smartphone, phablet and tablet are more powerful than their own pc. Besides, they...