Samsung’s operating profit showed strong growth in the second quarter, thanks to higher than expected chip prices and continued consumer demand for electronics during the pandemic.
A major South Korean electronics company reported that operating profit for the three months to June 30 was 12.5 trillion won ($ 10.8 billion), an increase of 54% compared to the same period last year. Its income increased by almost 20% to 63.6 trillion won ($ 55.2 billion).
Samsung’s fourth consecutive quarter of sales and profit growth marks Samsung’s full-year recovery. Samsung reported that sales fell 7.4% in the year-ago quarter as the consumer business struggled while the coronavirus struck the world.
Revenues from the mobile sector were down compared to the previous quarter due to COVID-19, ongoing supply shortages in the industry, and production turmoil.
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