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Samsung chooses Malta to launch 100 new products

3,000 delegates from various countries world-wide gathered in Malta for the launching by multi-national company, Samsung, of over 100 new products. A company spokesperson said during the Samsung Forum 2020 that Malta was chosen for the venue due to its hospitality.

The delegates will spend eleven days meeting at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, which will be a showcase of the company’s latest products, considered among the biggest screens companies in the world. The new products include a major model that uses artificial intelligence technology.

Another innovation launched during the conference is this television which has a turning mechanism operated by using a mobile.

Benjamin Brown, of Samsung company, said “We are here with thousands of people from Europe, Middle East, Latin America and Russia, to show them 316 Samsung products and the reason we are here on Malta is because we looked for something which is nice and warm, with friendly people and amazing food, and that for us is Malta.”

During a visit to the forum, Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli said that such conferences continue to place Malta on the international map in innovative sectors.

“Having 3,000 delegates from various countries for eleven consecutive days on such an international project is an honour. We have already started talks to see how we can strengthen this emerging relationship”.

The conference for delegates involved in the technology industry is the first of its kind for Samsung company in Malta.

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