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The Birth Of Samsung

Samsung was founded by Byung-Chull Lee in 1938 in Korea.

When the company was founded, what it actually did was quite different from what it is now. The company began as a food exporter in Korea when it was first founded and was selling food products such as dried fish, vegetables, fruits and flour to China.

The company operated in many areas over time and made investments in insurance and textiles between 1950 and 1960.

When the calendars were released in 1969, Samsung entered the electronics industry and its first experience in this field was to produce a television. It also launched its first black-and-white television in 1970.

In 1970, not only producing televisions, the company also began to expand its product range by producing fridges, washing machines and microwaves.

The company, which does not have painful days like Apple and is growing every year, started to export to North America by producing color televisions, computers, VCRs and cassettes when it reached the ‘ 90s.

During this period, the company was not only satisfied with these products, but also produced memory cards and hard drives and still continues to produce them today.

The company, which first entered the mobile phone market in 1995 but did not succeed, has continued to produce the first mobile phone that can be connected to the internet in 1999 by completing its deficiencies and has now become the most profitable product of Samsung today.

Samsung’s first Android phone in 2010 Mobile World Congress introduced the Galaxy S series. Despite the intervening years, Samsung’s top flagships continue to walk on the S-Series platform.

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