Ships are among the heaviest and biggest products that are produced by Samsung, beside the buildings and plants that we also construct. For example, a Samsung-built container ship, which can carry 14,100 units of 20-foot-long containers, stretches as long as 350 meters.
Here on Samsung Village, we always search for various topics to give you a better picture of Samsung by sharing our perspectives, interests and news across many affiliate companies. But sometimes, numbers just speak for themselves. Below, please find numbers and graphs that illustrate Samsung’s group-wide performance and growth for the past five ye
One of the first things to set the impression of a smartphone is its screen quality. So, today, we would like to share with you some of the features that make Samsung Display’s Full HD Super AMOLED – featured in our latest flagship GALAXY S 4 – special.
For a company, with 80 percent of its employees stationed outside its headquarters, it probably is of little surprise that it has a very wide network of offices around the world. Our Samsung CT affiliate is one such company, and today, we’d like to give you a quick look at the global network of Samsung CT’s Trading Investment Group.
How do you search information related to the company you are interested in? Usually, we would access the company’s official website and check its corporate profile, financial information and annual reports. But the most effective way would probably be visiting the corporate showroom – if the company has one, that is.
Our affiliate Samsung Heavy Industries, a global leading company in the shipbuilding and offshore facility industry, celebrated the 38th anniversary of its foundinglast year. You can just imagine what enormous changes must have taken place during the span of those 38 years. So, today, we thought we will walk you through those changes at Samsung Hea
Our Samsung Electronics affiliate sold more than 10 million units of the newest Galaxy S III smartphone in just the first 50 days of the launch. Among many innovative and human-centric features that helped drive such spectacular popularity of the phone – “designed for humans” – is its organic design inspired by a pebble stone.
The amount of batteries we use in a lifetime is uncountable just like we can’t count the number of breaths we take. Despite its vital necessity in our everyday life, most of us seem to have little knowledge of the battery.
We’ve shared with you, here on Samsung Village, how Samsung started out as a small trading company in 1938, selling noodles and dried seafood. From that humble beginning Samsung has evolved into a brand that resonates with global leadership in various industries including IT, shipbuilding and engineering, just to name a few.
Here on Samsung Village blog we share with you our stories, news and interviews...and sometimes numbers.
Below we came up with some graphs, based on recently released Samsungs group-wide data, that illustrate how our group has performed in recent years.
Nowadays design is not only a key element in product making but the leading force fueling business innovations. It isn’t just about making things pretty and cool; good designs can bring new ideas and technology into life and help us get more out ofgoods around us, whether it be a handy gadget or furniture.
Previously we shared with you here on Samsung Village about our energy-saving memory chip products and the latest semiconductor production facility. Obviously, the biggest challenge for our storyteller team in covering semiconductor news is technology jargons.
Here at Samsung Village we have already introduced to you many of Samsung’s world-leading products, from our popular mobile devices to large ships and even skyscrapers.
To put these in perspective, we tried something fun – we measured the weight of several well-known Samsung products and listed them in order.
Shall we take a look?
As of April 2011, Samsung counts 78 companies under the brand’s umbrella. Originating from a trading company established in 1938, our businesses have grown to span technology, construction, shipbuilding, chemicals, finance, medicines and more.
Samsung’s corporate logo, the simple blue ellipse, is found almost everywhere on a host of products, including sleek flat-screen TVs and ultra-slim smartphones.
Then what was the first Samsung product sold under the company logo?
Samsung is a global corporate encompassing diverse businesses ranging from electronics, construction,
petrochemicals, finance and more. Founded in 1938, Samsung has worked to make a better world
through our products and services. With 2012 net sales of 303 trillion Korean won,
Samsung is also spearheading efforts to bring innovations in clean energy, healthcare and biotechnology.
Please visit www.samsung.com for more.