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Posted by on Jul 27, 2012 in Companies, Economy |

Samsung increased by 48% its revenue from its mobile division

Samsung increased by 48% its revenue from its mobile division

For some time things here smile at Samsung: The Korean company is getting better and better, and continues to high by selling their handsets, which have fattened the coffers of the company so now scoring record revenues in the second quarter of 2012.

The Korean achieved net profit of 5.2 trillion won (U.S. $4,500 million or EUR 3,709,000) for the quarter April to June, up 48% over the same period last year. record were obtained income of 47.6 trillion won (U.S. $41,000 million or 33.959 million euros).

It does not take a genius nor an expert in economics to figure out that Samsung’s success comes on the heels of its mobile division which reached 24.04 trillion won (17,150 million) in sales, more than half the total, of which corresponded to the mobile unit 20.52 trillion won (14,639,000 euros), 75% in the second quarter of 2011.

There are so many numbers and so great, that sounds complicated, but for no more bored with this data, it is worth highlighting what we know: These are good times for the Korean and their motives, whose Galaxy SIII is breaking sales records worldwide .

Even yesterday we learned that the Korean has sold twice as many phones that Apple in recent months, which from Cupertino attributed to that people would be waiting for the launch of the iPhone 5 to be held in the months ahead: Will the block back to reign or the successor to the Galaxy Notice, which also is supposed to show up in the coming weeks, will let you cold in the stores?

Links:
Samsung fires its profit by 48% to record high in April-June (Reuters)
Samsung wins 4,800 million euros (The Country)

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