Samsung reports healthy financial results for Q2

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Samsung reports healthy financial results for Q2
Samsung has relished an upturn recently. Their products deliver nice new features, are of good quality and have outpaced the competition on many occasions. It´s no wonder the company has managed to achieve outstanding performance. Samsung posts revenues of 10.04 bln won (about $8.1 mln ), up 27.4% on the same period last year. According to James Song, market analyst with Daewoo Securities, the financial results are actually better than expected and Samsung will increase its market share. Do they stand a sporting chance of outrunning Nokia we wonder. Well, let´s wait and see.

source: PhysOrg



3. MTLance unregistered

lol@Nokia. Yeah I think Nokia gotta learn its lesson fast, I mean Nokia got good marketing advertisers but the product is still lagging behind Samsung, Apple, Palm and BB. Yeah too bad Symbian got a real competition out there especially Android, WinMo6.5, BB, WebOS, and finally iPhone OS 3.0.

2. Astromanaught

Posts: 46; Member since: Mar 11, 2009

Nokia is definately falling way behind the market, expecially in the US. None of their handsets are exciting or even really that inovative, while samsung is at least trying new things. On note, Please proof read the articles before you publish them please? Its no small wonder that this site is still alive with all the below par editing.. I had to read this a couple of times to even understand it.

1. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

i really think that in time samsung can outrun has a much bigger market share of world, but are falling behind in innovations such as touch and camera phones.....they really need to step up or be ready to fall to second..............

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