I totally agree... because Samsungs revenue and profit is falling like a rockfor multiple Q's in a row and Samsung has no idea what to do about that or they live in denail and past (that everything is perfect....anyway Samsung last actions - releasing midrange phones for toprange prices (Alpha, A3, A5) is complete miss - cuz competitors took away market share from Samsung releasing toprange phones with midrange prices (not other way around LOL)... and obviously Samsung has no chance to beet competition in lowrange price market - and yet their CEOs are saying that that is where they will go for a kill...as I said - they (Samsung CEOs) have no clue and live in denail, and in the past (as if Samsung is the one who can make or brake market now, but they shure were the ones back in 2010)
#7, 07 Feb 2015This is like Aston Villa claiming they *might* catch up with Manchester City, and just as like... moreRight? Competition has gotten a lot more stiff thanks to many companies being able to make high end flagships for bare minimum price....but Samsung no longer being top phone supplier is very slim.
Plus with Nokia and Bb there were drastic OS changes. That's not necessarily happening in the immediate near future. As well as one major OS shift could be from Samsung.
This is like Aston Villa claiming they *might* catch up with Manchester City, and just as likely to happen.
Anonymous, 07 Feb 2015Please bring motorola cellphones to Zimbabwe we are waiting for themOne person requests it and you expect them to adjust their sales model just for you lmao!