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Not just smartphones, Samsung has made Burj Khalifa from tanks; Here are some interesting facts

New Delhi: South Korean giant Samsung Is known for its smartphones. However, the company manufactures not only smartphones but also many products including smart TVs and washing machines. You may also know about these products. However, the company also produces some items that you may not have heard of. Samsung was launched on March 1, 1928 as a grocery trading store. Founded eight decades ago, the company ranges from military tanks and machine gun robots Burj Khalifa Has been created. Let’s find out what products Samsung has made.

Samsung has built the tank

Samsung Techwin Has produced a 155mm Howitzer tax. Known as K9 Thunder. These tanks are designed for South Korean troops. The K9 Thunder has a firing range of up to 46 miles. Samsung has built not only military tanks but also machine gun robots. These robots have been jointly developed by Samsung Techwin and Korea University. The robot was named SGR-1, which was built to help the army during the war. According to reports, this robot can penetrate targets up to 2 miles. Samsung sold Techwin in 2014.

Manufacture of helicopters and ships

Samsung has also built helicopters. However, in 1999, the company stopped manufacturing helicopters. You can still see it at Samsung Medical Center in Seoul. The company has also set up a hospital called Samsung Medical Center. Also, Samsung Heavy Industries manufactures large container ships, oil tankers and drip ships. Samsung C&T has built the largest amusement park in South Korea. According to one report, more than seven million people visit the park each year.

Produced by Burj Khalifa

You may have heard the name Burj Khalifa. The Burj Khalifa was built in 2008 by Samsung’s construction division. It has an elevation of 2,722 feet. There is also the Suwon Samsung Bluewings Football Club. Which was established in the year 1995.

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