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Apple a incasat 70% din profitul producatorilor de smartphone-uri


  Apple a vandut un numar record de smartphone-uri in ultimul trimestru fiscal al anului trecut, a avut profit de 13 miliarde de dolari din toate produsele sale, insa daca vorbim doar despre iPhone-uri, atunci ele au generat 70% din profitul intregii industrii a producatorilor de smartphone-uri. Apple a reusit singura sa incaseze de aproape 3 ori mai multi bani decat Samsung, care are 25% din profitul industriei producatorilor de smartphone-uri si de 35 de ori mai multi bani decat Nokia, compania finlandeza incasand doar 2% din profitul generat de aceasta industrie.

…a new report issued by Hong Kong’s Counterpoint Research clearly acknowledges that Apple nabbed 70% of the global smartphone profits, Samsung 25% and Nokia 2%. How great is Samsung’s leadership when they could only muster about a third of Apple’s profits while offering 5 to 10 more smartphone models than Apple? It just goes to prove that Samsung’s so-called smartphone leadership is in bravado alone pumped up by the press who thinks that market share is the only measure of leadership. 

  Practic Samsung si Apple au incasat 95% din profitul intregii industrii a producatorilor de smartphone-uri, si vorbim despre un procent colosal, daca ne gandim ca doar doua companii au realizat totul. In aceeasi perioada a anului trecut, Apple si Samsung au incasat 66% din profitul aceleiasi industrii, el crescand cu 29% intr-un singur an de zile. Dominatia celor doua companii releva faptul ca restul producatorilor de smartphone-uri conteaza prea putin intr-o piata in care iPhone-urile, Galaxy-urile si restul telefoanelor destepte Samsung sunt importante.

The Korean sourced report states that Apple and Samsung Electronics took 95% of the total operating profit, up from 66% in the fourth quarter of 2011. Yet despite an increase in the number of smartphone subscribers, mobile operators saw their earnings rate dip at the tail of discounted rates and subsidies.