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Tunrayo
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re: Samsung posts record profit on strong chip sales
Tunrayo   8/1/2010 3:12:24 PM
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It is amazing how much Samsung has grown! I have always heard of Intel since I was born - Samsung was not a major player then. At this rate, Samsung may upstage Intel soon as the world's biggest chip maker.

yalanand
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re: Samsung posts record profit on strong chip sales
yalanand   8/1/2010 9:57:54 AM
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No wonder Samasung is reporting record profits. Just to give an example recent Samsung mobiles like Samsung Spika, Samsung Wave were big hits in India. They are providing the same features, same feel as Google Nexus at 50% the price. Nokia watchout Samsung, they are back big time.



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