Samsung, le ambizioni del 2013

Samsung punta a vendere qualcosa come 510 milioni di dispositivi nel settore smartphone e tablet nel corso del 2013, con il chiaro intento di staccare piuttosto nettamente non solo le altre aziende che hanno deciso di puntare sul sistema operativo Android, ma anche quelle che hanno scelto Windows Phone.

Ecco, a tal proposito, le dichiarazioni originali di Kim Hyun-joon, executive, Samsung’s telecommunications division:

“There are some possibilities that smartphone demand will slow in general. But we are seeing new demand for devices using Long Term Evolution (LTE)”.

A ruota, poi, Hwang Min-seong, analyst Samsung Securities:

“Samsung’s proven ability to quickly produce and replace a wide range of handsets aimed at several different markets contrasts with Nokia’s struggles and Apple’s difficulties that are mainly related to parts sourcing problems. By offering better pricing to consumers in developing nations, we will find new growth. This will also enable consumers in developed nations like North America and Europe to buy our LTE devices at more affordable prices”.