Future Samsung Galaxy phones could be even sleeker

Being a longtime and loyal Samsung user, I can stand with their device design language, including their phones, smartwatches, tablets, and other wearables sold by the company. Now, we may see better-looking Galaxy devices moving forward as Samsung has introduced a somewhat unconventional option to manage the design of its phones.

Samsung has appointed Hubert H. Lee as Executive Vice President and Head of the MX Design Team

Samsung has appointed Hubert H. Lee as Executive Vice President and Head of the MX Design Team. For those who don’t know, the MX design team oversees the design process of almost all Galaxy devices released by Samsung. This is surprising news because Li worked as the head of design at Mercedes-Benz China. Li has received numerous awards both in the United States and in China.

Samsung stated that “Lee’s unique perspective and vision will help shape the look and feel of the Galaxy.” This is definitely excellent news because if you are familiar with Lee’s approach to design, you will realize how it could shape the future of Galaxy devices. However, I do not advise you to get overly zealous right away. We already know what the Galaxy S23 series will look like, which means we can expect the 2023 Galaxy Z series to have some design hints ahead.

Samsung has remained safe about its design philosophy, and so far, things haven’t been an issue for most users. After all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

It looks like 2023 will be a big year for Samsung as the company will launch the Galaxy S23 series, well, we will see new wearables and audio devices, as well as the new generation of foldable phones, tablets and laptops. So, it’s safe to say that there is a lot to look forward to.

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