Riddle of Korea Kim's phone

February 2013
Daily Mail;2/ 6/2013, p34
NO self respecting world leader would be without the latest technology. So it should be no surprise that North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has been photographed with a smartphone. The question on everyone's lips, however, is who made it? Sworn enemy South Korea is home to Samsung, but surely it couldn't be one of theirs. 'I regret to say I don't think Kim would be seen dead with a Samsung,' said a technician in the South Korean capital, Seoul.


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