Samsung will exceed its goal of shipping 320 million smartphones this year

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According to internal sources, the company Samsung and the goal of shipping 320 million smartphones worldwide this year, but after strong numbers that won her the two phones Galaxy S9 and +Galaxy S9 in the first quarter of 2018, has decided the South Korean company change its target to 350 million units.

However, according to experts in this field, it seems that Samsung won’t be able to reach the goal of their ambition. There are many factors that stand behind it, the most is the invasion of intense the market by Chinese companies. Cut caught the market share of Samsung in the country from 20 percent in 2013 to less than 1 percent in the past year. The reason for this is that Chinese companies like Xiaomi and Huawei, Oppo and Vivo gaining momentum thanks to smart phones, low-cost and relatively enjoy the capabilities of high.

Anyway, back to the Samsung, it has managed the company from charging 319.7 million smartphones in the year 2015, approximately 309.4 million smartphones in the year 2016, as well as 319.8 million smartphones in 2017, and achieved the South Korean company a strong start this year by shipping 78 million smartphones in the first quarter. Expected to reach shipments of the third quarter to 73 million units.

The second reason behind the decline in expected sales is the poor performance of the Galaxy S9 and +Galaxy S9 despite the strong start this year. It is expected not to exceed the total shipments of the Galaxy S9 and +Galaxy S9 with more than 30 million units throughout the year. This is the lowest sales achieved by the series phones Galaxy S since 2012.

But there is still hope. With the approaching launch of the Galaxy Note 9, The Company may change things.

 

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