Samsung Electric Industries or simply Samsung is a giant business based in South Korea. The company was founded back in 1969 as an electric manufacturer but soon grows to be the largest national and an international giant business that excels in almost all aspects of electrical, electronics, telecommunication, cloud, semiconductors, LED manufacturing and much more.
More than anything else, Samsung is known worldwide for its position as the top smartphone manufacturer globally. It is one of the largest manufacturer of smartphones with global sales volume exceeding any other company. Samsung launched its first smartphone back in 2009, while the company rolled-in the world’s first Android based tablet in 2010.
Today, Samsung smartphones in United States are the only real competitor and threat to Apple. The company has lately rolled-out its latest Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus smartphones in United States, which have gained massive purchase and following in no time. Samsung is also accredited to be the only smartphone manufacturer in the world that excels in manufacturing of smartphones for all market segments. The company has numerous smartphones line-ups that successfully dominate their respect market segment. Samsung smartphones and Notes are easily available in all large and smaller cities in United States including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C etc. The Samsung mobile phone prices in United States range from USD200 to USD850 (depending upon the smartphone line-up you choose).
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