Her Majesty the Queen of England loves Samsung products

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It seems that Her Majesty the Queen of England loves her Samsung products, as the Royal House of the United Kingdom has renewed her Royal Warrant as a supplier of consumer electronics. A Royal Warrant is an authorization that the Royal House of the United Kingdom grants to companies since the fifteenth century. It allows those companies to supply goods or services to the Royal Family. Of course, they still charge for the goods and services they provide, but it is a matter of honor and prestige as they can advertise that they have a Royal Warrant. Royal Warrants are issued on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen and Her Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in the United Kingdom. They were also issued in the name of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh until Prince Philip’s death last year. Samsung received its first Royal Warrant in 2012 on behalf of Her Majesty. Since then, it has supplied electronic products to the Royal House of the United Kingdom. Samsung is the only company in the Electronics category.

These authorizations are not forever. If the Royal Family don’t like the goods or services they receive, they can revoke the authorization. Luckily for Samsung, the Queen seems to love her products. She does not feel like switching to another supplier of electronic products and has granted the renewal of the company. Samsung can supply Her Majesty the Queen with smartphones, televisions, home appliances and other electronics. “Renewing the Royal Warrant is an honor and serves as a testament to the quality of our products and services. We are proud to expand our relationship with the Royal Household, especially as this is the year of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee,” said Brian Ford, Vice President of Customer Experience, Samsung UK & Ireland.

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