Samsung wins mega £210m public sector contract

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Samsung wins mega £210m public sector contract

South Korean vendor reportedly beat off competition from Motorola and British firm Sepura

Samsung has won a £210m public sector contract to provide smartphones and accessories to the emergency services. The Samsung smartphones have been designed for the project and will replace the current...

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