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Samsung is now king

02 May 2012, 12:50 Niameh Ogheneochuko Tony

Samsung is presently cheering as its profit figures for the first quarter are speaking loud ending the 14-year reign of the Finnish company(NOKIA).

Samsung shipped 93.5 million phones in the three month period while Nokia struggled to ship just 82.7 million phones. 44.5 million smartphones were shipped by the former beating Apple's shipment of 35.1 million smartphones.
IT & Mobile communications and display business are presently the profit drivers of Samsung
Smart devices in the galaxy line(Galaxy SII and Galaxy note) are presently seeing strong demand with revenue from the mobile sector increasing 86 percent year on year.

One if Samsung's strong point is their alliance with everstrong Google's android system which is the rave of the moment and it's presently beating Apple's i os in terms of demand.

Samsung galaxy S II is still waxing strong even after been produced a year back despite new inflows of new mobile devices of its class. Samsung galaxy S III is presently into hide and seek games by leaks and press shots leaving Samsung fans in a suspense world. This new successor seems to be an evolution of the first galaxy output.

The race for attention by smartphone makers is getting hotter by the day. What smartphone are you presently using? Will it be relevant in the next one or two years with  quad-core processors rearing its head?
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