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Samsung suffers disappointing deliveries smartphones and tablets
Disappointing supply of smartphones and tablets have led to the mobile division of Samsung to a profit decline. Especially in Europe, the distribution according to Samsung burden of remaining stocks. In the coming months remain difficult, thinks the group.
Accurate figures called Samsung for years not for its smartphones and tablets. Analysts also do not have a clear picture; various analysts give very different estimates of how many smartphones and tablets Samsung delivers.
Demand for smartphones remained similar to those of the winter months and the demand for tablets decreased in the quarter finds Samsung: “Those market conditions both the supply of smartphones and tablets, fell by existing stocks in Europe and, as a result, increased the company’s marketing costs. ”
Declining demand for tablets is, because Samsung just past months many new models presented, such as the Tab 4 series, and TabPRO- NotePro tablets. Apple also noticed a decline in demand for its iPads. It was also the month in which Samsung selling its Galaxy S5 smartphone began.
For the coming period, the Korean group expects a ‘challenging’ quarter. However, the releases of a large smartphone and a high-endmodel with new design and materials, “as the head of Samsung’s mobile division, Kim Hyunjoon, it would , according to The Wall Street Journal calls, which should bring improvement. This probably refers to the top man in the Galaxy Note smartphone with 4 and a metal edge that rumors in the name Galaxy Alpha carries. The latter would be Samsung as Samsung fansite SamMobile presentation next week, and a 4.8 “screen with 1280×720 pixels, the screen size would correspond to the unreleased smaller version of the iPhone 6 with a 4.7” screen.
Declining demand for smartphones and tablets also had a negative effect on the results of the chiptak Samsung. High demand for memory in constant demand will increase the profits of those sales, Samsung expects so much for coming period. Also selling SSDs remains high, says Samsung, including demand for SSDs for data centers.
Eventually the quarter Samsung stood at 52.35 trillion Korean won, converted 38 billion. That was 2 percent lower than the same period last year. The quarterly profit fell from the equivalent of 5.66 billion euros last year to 4.55 billion this year.Viewing:-155
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