TOKYO, JAPAN – For a still undisclosed reason, Samsung has taken off its corporate logo from its new smartphones – the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge – in Japan, a spokeswoman confirmed.
The company spokeswoman confirmed the report but did not give any reason for the removal of the logo in Japan.
While leading the smartphone race globally, Samsung ranks lower in Japan, a market dominated by Apple, Sony, Sharp and Fujitsu.
In the Philippines, the waiting game was finally over as Samsung kicks off the much-anticipated arrival of the newest Galaxy smartphones through a spectacular two-day consumer launch event that showcases the synergy of fashion and technology at its finest.
“We at Samsung are very excited that Filipino consumers can now experience the newest smartphone innovation that perfectly combines unparalleled functionality with purposeful design,” said Digs Dimagiba, Samsung Electronics Philippines.
According to Samsung, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge come with a glass body made from the toughest glass to date and are available in an array of colorful jewel tones.
Loaded with features that promise an exhilarating smartphone experience, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are equipped with vivid, bright and fast front and rear camera offering advanced camera functions.
“Samsung brings the smartphone experience a whole notch higher with this offering and we are sure that it will captivate fashion-forward Filipinos who put a premium on style, design, and great technology,” Dimagiba said. – BusinessNewsAsia.com