Has Samsung reached its peak? Or is everyone just expecting too much? Last month, Samsung’s market capitalization was reduced by an alarming $25.3 billion, a figure that is greater than the total value of Sony Corp.
With Apple and Samsung stock prices struggling, and as HTC failed to meet its revenue targets, we examine the current state of the smartphone industry.
HTC revealed its financial results for Q2 2013 – while the full launch of the One brought a modest increase in profits, the company failed to meet analysts’ forecasts.
HTC’s recently posted May revenue figures show strong growth since the launch of the HTC One, however the company is still facing internal resignation problems.
In the first quarter of 2013, Samsung managed to bag around 95 percent of all profits made on Android. But how does a company as Samsung manage to crush its competition so badly?
It was a rocky launch for the HTC One, but the handset’s quality seems to have shone through. Has HTC done enough to turn the company around?
Asus has just released its first quarter financial results with tablet sales growing led by the Nexus 7, and PC sales continuing to slide.
HTC is forecasting a revenue of NT$70billion in Q2 2013, is the HTC One proving to be the turning point for the struggling manufacturer?
JPMorgan predicts that, are you ready for this?, Samsung will ship a total of 320 million smartphones in 2013, a quarter of which should be Galaxy S4 units.
Samsung has announced its earnings guidance for this year’s first quarter and, with an estimated operating profit around $7.7 billion, the company doesn’t have too many reasons to complain.