Samsung will cut Galaxy S6 prices to boost demand, improve sales

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    Profile photo of diljit diljit 

    Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones may have debuted to strong reviews and positive ratings, but a combination of manufacturing delays and consumer apathy appears to have killed most of the phone’s forward momentum. Earnings in the smartphone business were down again year-on-year, though the company as a whole was buoyed by increased foundry sales. Samsung’s operating profit for the year-to-date fell from 15.68 trillion KRW (South Korean Wan) in 2014 to 12.88 trillion KRW in 2015. That works out to roughly $10.9 billion in operating profit, which is nothing to sneeze at, but it’s still a decline that the company is keen to reverse.

    Profile photo of dhananajay dhananajay 

    Yeah cause the S5, Xperias and One’s all sell so well.

    Profile photo of purnima purnima 

    It’s too late. I’ll wait for the S7.

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