V3 had a chance to see several of Samsung's forthcoming new Windows 8-based products at an event in the UK recently, including the Ativ S smartphone and several tablet-PC hybrids.
During the event we had a chat with the firm's head of marketing, Philip Oldman, to hear how Samsung will be positioning the devices at the enterprise market, more than the consumer world.
Despite the push though, the company was quick to reiterate it is still working with Google and will continue to create products running off the tech giant's Chrome and Android operating systems.
Check back with V3 later in the year for reviews of the new Ativ products.
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