Samsung’s mobile chief, Dong-jin Koh, has stepped down from running the company’s day-to-day operations. Instead, Tae-moon Roh will take over management of the smartphone business while Koh focuses on the company’s long-term business strategy.Koh, better known as DJ, has handed over the title of head of Samsung’s mobile communications business to Roh but remains president and CEO of Samsung’s IT and mobile communications division. Roh has overseen development of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones.It’s unclear why Samsung decided to shuffle the management of its smartphone business, but the company said in a statement that Roh will help the company weather heightened competition in the mobile business.”President Roh has played a leading role in strengthening the company’s global competitiveness in the mobile business,” Samsung said. “Amid intensifying competition in the smartphone market, he is expected to provide innovative business strategy and bring new energy to the organization.” Now playing: Watch this: Everything Samsung announced at its Developer Conference 18:52 Samsung made a similar move in 2015, when it promoted Koh to be head of mobile. Its previous chief of day-to-day smartphone operations, JK Shin, retained control of long-term strategy and held onto the mobile CEO title at the time. Two years later, Shin… Read full this story
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