Samsung is feeling very confident these days, with the success of their Galaxy S Android line, and their upcoming Galaxy tab. Recently Samsung spoke a bit to the press and elaborated on their expectations.
Shin Jong-kyun, head of Samsung’s mobile division, told reporters in Seoul that the firm expects to sell more than 20 million smartphones this year, up from the 18 million units eyed at the beginning of the year, the paper said.
Separately, Samsung said it aims to sell 1 million units of its Galaxy Tab tablet device, which runs on Google Inc’s Android operating system, this year, the Nikkei said.
What do you think? Will Samsung meet their goal?
Category: Mobile News
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