The news comes after the manufacturer announced Conor Pierce as vice president of its IT and Mobile Division.
2015 is a crucial year for the manufacturer who forecast a 37% fall in profit for the fourth quarter of 2014. The brand has previously said that it will be ‘fundamentally reforming’ its product portfolio in 2015 amidst greater competition in the mid-low segments of the market.
Samsung spokesperson: ‘Samsung confirms that Andrew Glass has made a decision to leave the business. We would like to thank Andrew for his contributions to Samsung over the last five years and wish him well for the future.’
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