The Verge’s Hyunhu Jang at the opening of the Samsung Innovation Museum in Suwon, South Korea:
The museum features 150 inventions and products from Samsung as well as individuals and companies that have no ties with the Korean company –– an acknowledgement of its competitors. But you won’t find Apple iPhones or Sony LCD TVs on display, even though both pointed the way to future Samsung profits. I also couldn’t find a single product from old rival LG. As far as the museum is concerned, the modern smartphone revolution began with the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Oh. My. Lord.