Bloomberg reports phone maker Samsung missed analyst forecasts and recorded a drop in operating income for the third quarter in a row: Samsung Sees Phone Rebound After Earnings Miss Estimates.
The company says it expects a recovery in the next quarter as consumers snap up 4G phones and Samsung has the opportunity to sell its Galaxy S5 model before Apple refreshes its iPhone range later this year.
Bloomberg has much to say about Samsung losing market share to low-end Chinese-made smartphones. The report also suggests new iPhones with larger screens could further dent Samsung sales.
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The existence of the Samsung smartphone had been secret until a reference turned up on the Samsung New Zealand website revealing its launch next month.
News spread quickly throughout the tech world with pundits wondering if it was a botch-up or a slick marketing campaign.
Leak on new Samsung phone a mistake – Technology – NZ Herald News.
This has all the hallmarks of a mistake. Interesting looking phone though.