According to a report on Samsung's quarterly revenue in the third quarter of 2021, it seems that with the lack of chips, the Korean company managed to make a big profit. Pocket.
Samsung had a very disappointing performance in early 2021 due to very poor sales of the Galaxy S21 series. While these phones were much better in terms of hardware performance than previous generation phones, they did not sell as well as they did and became one of Samsung's worst flagships in recent years.
At a time when all smartphone makers were facing a chip shortage, and even Samsung itself was unable to unveil the Galaxy S21 Fan Edition as one of the phones that could be profitable for the company, the successful Korean company Samsung's total revenue in the third quarter of 2021 was about $ 72-74 trillion, which equates to 60.21, according to a report now released. - 61.87 billion US dollars. Samsung's revenue from this revenue was about 15.7 - 15.9 trillion Korean won, equivalent to 13.12 - 13.29 billion dollars, which shows the extraordinary performance of the company in the last quarter.
One of the reasons Samsung has had such a productive season is that one of the largest chipmakers in the world, TSMC, is unable to handle orders from hardware manufacturers due to natural problems in Taiwan, and so many manufacturers Processors turned to Samsung to order their chips.Timeframe Third Quarter 2021 Third Quarter 2020 Second Quarter 2021 < Total revenue 72 - 74 trillion Korean won - 60.21 - 61.87 billion US dollars 66.96 trillion Korean won - 55.97 billion USD 63.67 trillion Korean won - 53.22 billion US dollars Operating profit 15.7 - 15.9 trillion Korean won - 13.% 12 - 13.29 billion US dollars $ 12.35 trillion - $ 10.32 billion $ 12.57 trillion - $ 10.50 billion
We should not forget the excellent sales of the A and M series handsets, for which a large part of this $ 13 billion profit was due. Phones that Samsung may not pay much attention to, but they are always the ones that make Samsung remain popular among users. Because the Korean company's flagships are attracting fewer users each year.
This was, of course, the first report on Samsung's quarterly revenue, and we'll have to wait until the end of this month for the final report to be released. Also, in the report that is to be received at the end of this month, we can find out to what extent each section (phone, wearable gadget, tablet, laptop, etc.) has contributed to this amount of profit. For now, it looks like Samsung has had an extraordinary quarter, and if that situation remains, the Korean company will definitely be able to surpass 2021 again as the top smartphone maker in the world.