Carriers Boosting A Series Sales As Samsung Grows Premium Market Business Claims New Mobile Boss

The new head of Samsung mobile operations in Australia Eric Chou (seen below) claims the premium end of their smartphone business is growing and that their A series have been given a big boost with the turning off in Australia of the 3G networks, there is also strong speculation that the business is set to... Read More

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The new head of Samsung mobile operations in Australia Eric Chou (seen below) claims the premium end of their smartphone business is growing and that their A series have been given a big boost with the turning off in Australia of the 3G networks, there is also strong speculation that the business is set to launch a new Snapdragon Elite Notebbok packed with AI features. The biggest contributor to the A series sales growth is carriers who had access to the identity of 3G customers who needed to move to a new device. Speaking just before he was heading to Paris for the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy Fold and Flip devices Chou said “We are seeing positive growth in the premium market with our current range” he said.

“Our growth in A series is coming entirely from operators (Telstra Vodafone and Optus) we are also witnessing a major surge in volume off the back of the 3G migration”. Chou believes that the new range of Samsung foldables will also deliver growth due to the development of new software and the development of the Companies own artificial intelligence. “We are proud of our hardware legacy especially as we are now into the sixth generation of the fold and Flip models”.



“As for our AI software Samsung is working to have a complete openness with both our partners while working to get the best AI devices into the hands of our customers”. Samsung’s new phones add a bevy of new artificial intelligence features that Chou said would help differentiate the co.