The Galaxy S8 may have helped fuel Samsung's biggest quarter ever. Revenue likely came in at 60 trillion won ($5.2 billion), an 18 percent rise from a year earlier. The guidance, released Wednesday ahead of full earnings later this month, did not provide specific divisional results. Samsung introduced its new Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus handsets in the first quarter, though the phones hit the market too late to contribute to that period's financial results. Samsung is depending on those devices to help it win back mobile customers and regain their trust after it scrapped last year's Note 7 because of overheating problems.
But even with the Note 7 saga, Samsung's overall financial picture is expected to benefit from the soaring demand for chips for smartphones and servers, The company is expected to unseat Intel as the global semiconductor market-share king, according illusion case for apple iphone xs max - black to Reuters, Solving for XX: The industry seeks to overcome outdated ideas about "women in tech."Crowd Control: A crowdsourced science fiction novel written by CNET readers, Electronics giant predicts its biggest operating profit ever, thanks to the sales of chips and the Galaxy S8..
Samsung expects its biggest operating profit ever in the second quarter, thanks to continued global demand for semiconductors and the popularity of its Galaxy S8 flagship phone. The Korean electronics giant said Thursday it expects to record a 72 percent increase in its second-quarter operating profit. Operating profit for the three-month period ending June 30 will be 14 trillion won ($12.11 billion), the electronics giant estimated in a regulatory filing. That also exceeds the 13.1 trillion won analyst average, according to a Thompson Reuters poll of analysts.
Here at CNET, we were in the thick of it all, Many here who had played the original Pokemon games as kids couldn't wait to see the augmented reality version, and those that didn't (myself included) wanted to see what the excitement was all about, I went around the office and asked my coworkers who played the game what their favorite or lasting memories of that time were, now one year after the Pokemon Go phenomenon happened, Chasing Pokemon can lead you just about anywhere, Bailey Whitehead - video production intern: "I had no idea what Pokemon Go was the day it came out, all I knew was that it was going to be big, Our entire CNET video team was on it (like a bonnet), and we spent the day wandering around the CBSi office as well as illusion case for apple iphone xs max - black the streets of San Francisco, filming each other playing the game in the strangest places we could think of.""This new AR gaming technology made everyone assume that people would be so lost in the game, that no one would ever look up from their phones, so we played on this fear making a funny video that had a girl wandering into a men's restroom, another girl playing while stuck in a stairwell, and a guy walking in front of a dart board while pretending to play, We called it, "What you look like playing Pokemon Go" and it went viral on CNET's Facebook."Editor's note: Watch the video at the bottom of this post..
Ashley Esqueda - senior editor: "Once, I took my friend Jessica to a cemetery where we looked at the graves of old Hollywood stars and also caught some Pidgeys. I've never played a Pokemon game in my life, but there you go."Christine Cain - social media manager: "I needed to find a new roommate during the height of the Pokemon Go craze. There was a Pokestop accessible from my living room and I thought about raising the rent by $100. (I didn't do it, but I thought about it.) As for the game itself, I got caught up in the mania a little bit, playing for about two weeks just to understand what all the excitement was about. After that, I just went back to real video games."Bridget Carey - senior editor: "In July of last year, my baby girl was only a month old and it was hard to leave the apartment. I was learning to be a mom, and in this beautiful time, my days were a blur of diaper changes, feedings and spit-ups.