J.K. Shin, Samsung's chief mobile executive, discussed the consumer electronics company's acquisition strategy, relationship with Google, the new Tizen open-source operating system, plans for low-end smartphones and other issues in this interview. Shin denied friction with partner Google and downplayed Microsoft's progress. "Smartphones and tablets based on Microsoft's Windows operating system aren't selling very well. There is a preference in the market for Android," he said.
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