Lenovo has recorded its highest ever quarterly and yearly smartphone shipments, but expensive acquisitions are denting the company’s profits.
HTC has posted its worst financial results for April since 2009, as demand for its One M9 flagship appears far weaker than expected.
Sony said its mobile business will likely record declining sales and operating losses over the next twelve months. Mobile suffers, but the overall outlook is positive.
Samsung released its results for Q1 2015, and while they are in line with the company’s own estimates, they are below what analysts have expected.
LG posts strong profits for the first quarter of 2015, as the company sees smartphone shipments grow by 26 percent year-on-year.
Qualcomm announced its results for Q2 of fiscal year 2015, and while chip shipments increased in the period, the outlook for the entire year isn’t as good as Qualcomm initially hoped.
For the second time in three months, Sony announced that it will raise its outlook for the fiscal year that just ended.
HTC has posted an unaudited net profit of NT$360 million (USD$11.6 million) for Q1 2015, an improvement over last year’s quarterly loss.
Samsung announced its guidance for Q1 2015, and, while profits have fallen year-over-year, the decline was not as bad as analysts expected.
Samsung will announce its Q1 2015 financial results next week, but analysts and investors are already anticipating a more positive result than last year.