Samsung has announced that they will be launching new mobile phones and also the much awaited OS called Bada to the public in the CTIA Wireless Show to be held in Las Vegas. The actual number of mobile phones are being pegged at 12 models.
Online PR News – 25-March-2010 – – Samsung mobile will be launching new mobile phone models at the CTIA Wireless Show 2010 which is being organized in Las Vegas. The company will be launching a total of 12 new mobile phone models in the show. The company will also be launching the much talked about and highly awaited mobile operating system Bada which will be used in all high end Samsung mobile phones (http://www.mobilerainbow.org/samsung-mobile-phones.html) from now on.
The company wants to become one of the larger players in the North American market, thus the launch of the new models being in US. If these new models prove to be successful in the North American market then these models will also be launched in Europe as well.
Some of the new models would be the Samsung Sunburst and the Samsung Drive. The company will also have a separate booth for displaying their mobile applications and developers and attendees could try a few out as well. Sounds like an exciting time for the Samsung mobile phones.
Thus Samsung should be rather careful with their markets in other regions of the globe.